Indianapolis artist markets himself

October 9, 2006 at 6:19 am 2 comments

Indianapolis blogger Dodge has an interesting write up on a concert he attended Thursday.  Here’s what I like best about his post – the artist, Joseph Arthur, had a brilliant idea that I think has a lot of merit – he recorded the concert and burned and sold the CDs of the same show that night. What a great idea!


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  • 1. Arthur  |  October 9, 2006 at 10:22 am

    That is pretty genius. I’m surprised it’s not done more often. Probably will be in the near future though.

  • 2. Mike Souders  |  October 9, 2006 at 11:40 am

    With all the bad PR the RIAA is generating with their cease and desist orders to YouTube teens and sueing kids’ parents, I can’t help but think that the artists themselves will stop at some point and say, “what is the RIAA doing for me?”, and find out it isn’t much (unless you are on a big label, then that answer might change). Especially the indie artists – they will benefit from MySpace, burning their own CDs, blogging, and just bypassing all the industry headaches. Just my two cents – I’m not an artist, so what do I know, right?


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