Giggin’ for a Livin’: How to Make Money as a Musician Playing for Weddings and Special Events

| December 5, 2016


Are you a musician trying to figure out how to break into the wedding and special events industry? This is the book for you!

In Giggin’ for a Livin’ Atlanta pianist Jennifer McCoy Blaske generously shares her hard-earned knowledge and invaluable insights about being a working musician. She covers everything from figuring out if this is the industry for you, to setting prices, networking, building your repertoire, answering your first query (with the best chance of getting a positive response), and lots more. In fact, reading Giggin’ for a Livin’ is like having a frank conversation with a really knowledgeable friend who’s there to guide you through the maze and set you on the right path.
But Giggin’ for a Livin’ isn’t just for wedding and special events musicians and professionals. Brimming with practical advice and great tips, it’s a must-read for any professional or freelancer just starting out or wanting to take their business to the next level.

Jennifer McCoy Blaske has been playing weddings and other special events for over seven years. She’s performed at The Fox Theater, Lake Lanier Islands, The Ritz-Carlton in Buckhead, and countless other venues in the Atlanta area. When her fingers aren’t dancing over the keys she’s hanging out with her family or working on her second novel.


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