Posts by Sage Harrington
A Cute and Vulgar Happy Gland Band Ode to Columbus Day
When I read an excellent book by Inga Muscio, I knew a cute and vulgar song had to be written—just in time for us to give Columbus Day a big Fuck You.Read More
Burning Questions for John Dillon of the Standing ‘O’ Project John shares insights about radio, songwriting and making a living
John Dillon and Vivian Nesbitt created the nationally syndicated radio show Art of the Song, and the new musician funding platform The Standing “O” Project.Read More
Sage’s Show and Tell: A Chat with Meredith and Melinda Wilder Sage kicks off her video series with the twins and their new duo, Plain Jane Glory
Meredith and Melinda Wilder sing in the park and chat about their new group Plain Jane Glory, and what it’s like to play in a band with your twin.Read More
Burning Questions (Part 2!) for Joy Ike, Musician and Founder of Grassrootsy.com Planning a tour? Research venues and build your fan base
Grassrootsy’s Joy Ike explains how to research venues, build your fan base, and make (and lose) money on tour.Read More
Burning Questions for Joy Ike, Musician and Founder of Grassrootsy.com Joy shares hard-won wisdom on touring, PR and when to ditch the side job
Joy Ike shares her road-tested advice on touring: choosing the right venues, playing shows often or not as often, and working the PR hard.Read More
You Don’t Know Jack Shit about Auditioning What I learned when I auditioned for 'American Idol'
I approached the “American Idol” audition as practice at managing audition anxiety. I don’t think I did that great a job.Read More
Burning Questions for Hannah Kauffmann of Tricklock Company Hannah and I talk about the Reptilian Lounge, theater grants, and how the heck Tricklock made it to Poland
With ABQ’s 24 Hours of Art festival imminent, I asked Hannah to catch me up on what Tricklock Company has been up to—both here and in Poland.Read More
What’s Your Deal, Shannon Curtis?
This—building a series of house concert tours—isn’t how I thought my music career would look, and it’s not “the way” I was taught to promote a music career.Read More
How to Sell Songs Online: A Beginner’s Guide to Licensing Cover Songs
So, we’ve talked about distributing your music online. But if you’re doing cover songs you gotta make it all legal and shit. So let’s talk licensing!Read More
How to Sell Songs Online: A Beginner’s Guide to Digital Distribution
I had never released a song online until just recently. This was a huge mental hurdle for me; I had no idea how to get it done.Read More
The Joy of Taking Breaks and Learning Something New Doing real things with my real muscles
I wanted to do real things with my real muscles, so I signed up for a circus intensive. I didn’t have any shows booked so it was perfect timing.Read More
What’s Your Deal, Lauren O’Connell?
I first learned about Lauren O’Connell through her collaboration with another YouTube ninja: Pomplamoose’s Nataly Dawn.Read More
Another Ranty Rant on How Music is Undervalued
So after writing a ranty rant on how music is undervalued I wanted to talk about good things, but really, I’m not in the mood yet.Read More
What’s Your Deal, Ari Herstand?
Ari Herstand started his own practical, no-bullshit blog based on his own experiences taking over the music scenes in Minneapolis and L.A.Read More
What’s Your Deal, BaBa?
BaBa is a duo of epic BanjoTuba proportions. They’ll be playing in Albuquerque at DUOPALOOZA! this Sunday, June 8 at Marble Brewery.Read More
What’s Your Deal, Todd and the Fox?
Todd and the Fox is a badass bastion of Albuquerque’s Americana scene. They’ll be playing at DUOPALOOZA! this Sunday, June 8 at Marble Brewery.Read More