Cheryl Slay Carr, associate dean or the Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business, presented “Keep Your Day Job, Build Your Music Career, or Do Both?” for the CDBaby DIY conference. The annual conference offers an array of workshops and performance opportunities to emerging and established independent artists. The talk incorporated principles and research from Carr’s recently published book Music Business Careers: Career Duality in the Creative Industries.
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