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Blonde Wisdom #8

Listen to and respect your manager.... If you are smart enough to be represented by a manager then please listen to what they have to say. The reason to hire a manager is to help you hold your band to a higher standard, get your projects started and finished, have representation when It comes to contracts and negotiations and a myriad of other extremely important things. A manager is your advocate, they have your back and will handle aspects of the business that will keep you at the top of your game. If you don't respect your manager then you've more than likely hired the wrong person. For us, a manager is a must for any band that's serious about being in the music business whether local or at any level. Our business began as a management and booking agency for the purpose of helping bands and artists become the absolute best they can be and reach their highest potential. We've followed that path and partnered with some amazing artists and bands for almost 20 years now and will continue to do so for as long as we are needed. It's not something that should ever be taken lightly or for granted as it's a partnership and business relationship to perpetuate growth and strength. #blondewisdom #numbereight #eight


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