Julia L. Rogers is the Editor in Chief of MusicianCoaching. She also writes about business strategy, social media and emerging technology for corporate clients ranging from the Huffington Post to American Express. She is a classically-trained musician, a published author and a contributing music writer at Bitch magazine. Julia plays out regularly in New York City in various original projects.
I specialize in writing artist statements and personal bios. I work with artists, musicians, scientists, lawyers, bands, photographers, web developers, doctors, and other professional fields. I have mastered the art of winnowing the breadth of a life down to its most meaningful, appropriate, and effective highlights.
Music Bio Writer for hire.
Lorne is something of a sage when it comes to honing in on your brand identity. Give him 30 minutes and he'll have it all figured it out. His work pops with vibrancy, authenticity, and business and marketing savvy. With his signature story approach, he has branded hundreds of professionals, including authors, lawyers, doctors, yoga instructors, musicians, thought leaders, and event planners. In this blog entry, I want to share a story about my days as a music critic. It changed my life profoundly, and I hope it enlightens you in some way. At the time, I was an up and coming music journalist writing for a big publication about a very popular artist. The guy on the other end of the phone line was a bigwig editor in chief who was a big inspiration to me as an aspiring journalist and culture reporter. For about a half an hour, that editor chewed me out.
Your artist bio is your window to the creative industry and serves as your personal calling card to promoters, clubs, talent hunters and agencies. Samples of our artist bios can be found here. We work around the clock, and respond pretty quickly! Am I entitled to revisions?