Make a living income as a musician in 2018 is tough. I try to keep things positive around here, but let’s face it: our parents probably worry about us sometimes. The “Starving Artist” trope is hard enough to prove wrong as it is, making it even harder are these threeRead More →

Hello, Humans! It is I, Louise (you may also address me as Her Feline Majesty, Queen Louise). My Clara is sleeping right now, so I’ve taken over her computer for a short period of time to impart you with some of my daily life philosophies that could help you withRead More →

Hosted by Clara Charron & Trish Bolechowsky on Monday, December 25th 2017 at 7am EST. Replay online on the CKCU 93.1 FM website. Original Article by Clara Charron. Clara’s Original Written Plan 7:00-7:05 – BBC News Broadcast SONG: “Dear Santa (Bring Me A Man This Christmas)” by The Weather Girls –Read More →

One of the best parts of being an entrepreneur in the modern music business is that you can be your own boss and choose which artistic projects you want to work on, surrounded by other bootstrapping creatives. Unfortunately, there is not much oversight and paperwork found at the grassroots level.Read More →

If you are an active member of the music industry, you’re going to need business cards. Genuine and long-lasting relationships in business still happen by meeting in real life – and in those cases, asking the CEO to hand over his custom-made, diamond-encrusted iPhone X to a complete stranger soRead More →

As professional musicians, our Christmas season can inspire a wide variety of feelings. From emotions of joy (sometimes in monetary form) gifted to classy performers on the corporate holiday party circuit, to emotions of annoyance from punk drummers that the mall has decided to only play the same Michael BubléRead More →