A Musician’s Guide to Finding and working with a Manager

Opinion: A Musicians Guide to Dealing with a manager

LOUD WOMEN

Guest blog by Ella Gregg, Manager of Lucy Mair, and co-founder of 321 Artists

For a musician, especially a solo-musician, the idea of introducing a manager into your project can provide a whole host of thoughts and emotions, and it can strangely be quite a lonely experience making a decision like that for your project. As an artist manager, I thought I’d talk about a few things to think about when looking for a manager, where to actually find one, and how to build your relationship together. I also asked my artist, Lucy Mair, to give her opinions too.

I personally started working in artist management at the age of 18, and fell into the role very accidentally. I was already working for an artist development platform, and through that work I was introduced to a band called Blushes who I started to get to know. I was introduced…

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