Indie music toolbox: Sites that may help you get to the next level

Crazy Daysies at Waffle House
After a late night gig in Georgia, we were all starving. The first thing I said when we finally found a place open was, ‘Thank God for Waffle House’. (L to R: Jen Day Thompson, Rebecca Day/The Crazy Daysies)

I’ve been helping the Crazy Daysies get ready for their first full length album release this fall. I have come to appreciate the work that goes into something like this as we try to cover all our bases.

One of my tasks has been to sleuth the Web for sites that might be useful. I found a few so I thought I’d share them here.

One site I found provides average earnings for different types of artists. Who knew? Continue reading “Indie music toolbox: Sites that may help you get to the next level”

Seasoned in Nashville, Jason Evans aims for ‘stomp those boots’

Jason Evans gets ready to perform at Calavida. (Photo: IndieArtSouth)
Jason Evans gets ready to perform at Calavida. (Photo: IndieArtSouth)

Jason Evans is a seasoned veteran of Nashville, having played with country stars having and co-written popular songs.

Now Evans has returned to Florida, doing gigs with his band and aiming for music that makes fans want to “stomp those boots.”  Continue reading “Seasoned in Nashville, Jason Evans aims for ‘stomp those boots’”

For Sturgill Simpson, Grammy nomination is nod to ‘real music’

Sturgill Simpson
Sturgill Simpson’s album ‘A Sailor’s Guide to Earth’ (Atlantic) has received a Grammy nomination. Simpson released his first two albums himself. (Photo: Atlantic Records)

When news broke that Sturgill Simpson’s A Sailor’s Guide to Earth had been nominated for a Grammy, many people were surprised. I wasn’t.  Continue reading “For Sturgill Simpson, Grammy nomination is nod to ‘real music’”