Special guest blog by StreetJelly musician Clifton Printy to help his fellow musicians. Building Profitable Entertainers So here’s the deal. You know at StreetJelly we have been building a series about promoting yourself and succeeding as a musician. Guess what?
Guest blog by FiddlerMan, Pierre Holstien. Meet our latest SJ friend and join us for the FiddlerMan Jamboree, Feb 21st, 2015, on StreetJelly.com. The whole fiddle-SJ-gang will put on a fun day of string music in support of their community
Special group-guest blog by StreetJelly musicians: Clifton Printy, Peter Bensen, Josh Cline, Image and Family. They have a combined 28,900+ viewerships to their StreetJelly shows …and still growing. How to get a Thousand Viewers? Here’s a clue for you. If
I had this question come in the other day, it’s always worth repeating for everyone. ~Frankie What do I need to have a good broadcast quality? -Bob Hello Bob, The best way to get a good broadcast is to have
Some quick news and site updates to come. ~frankie 2014 is coming to a close. Here in the States, we kick off the holiday season with our Thanksgiving. Then the real holiday insanity begins! Here at StreetJelly, we are most
More Fiddlers are Coming – Part 2, by Barry Nelson Continuing guest blog introducing the new fiddle players on StreetJelly. See Part 1 – The Fiddlers are Coming! Hi, I’m Bill Gunn, a.k.a. BillyG on StreetJelly and MadBill on the
The Fiddlers are Coming, by Barry Nelson Special guest blog introducing the new fiddle players on StreetJelly. I’m sure you folks have seen them on StreetJelly. Those bow sawin’ fiddlers! Who are these guys and what’s up with those fiddles?
I love artist interviews where you get to learn about the person behind the skills. Our Chuck Foster recently did such a TV interview. It’s a great way to understand the passion and meaning behind Chuck’s art. Enjoy the show…
StreetJelly starts a new blog series on Marketing and Artist Promotion. Whether you are fairly new to StreetJelly or part of a larger following of regular StreetJelly performers; you almost certainly notice the steadily increasing number of artists who draw