Crowdfunding for Musicians | Jay Coyle


Do you have an album, a tour, or a project that needs funding to make happen? Crowdfunding is one of the most effective, rewarding, and entrepreneurial ways to raise money and mobilize your passionate fans to support your music. But it’s no walk in the park! It takes a full commitment to your campaign, some handy networking, and coordinated planning.

And that’s exactly why Jay Coyle, co-founder of Music Geek Services, project manager for a ton of awesome bands, and former marketing exec at EMI Nashville, is here to help you through it! This course combines fun instructional videos, step-by-step guides, downloadable resources, and more to help you unlock the path to your campaign’s success. Now who’s ready to get their project funded?

Use Code: BRASHMAG15 for 15% off any course!

About Jay Coyle
Music Geek, Business Consultant, Educator
Jay is a manager, consultant, teacher, and music geek who has managed or contributed to dozens of successful crowdfunding and direct-to-fan initiatives. After a stint in Marketing and Special Projects at the EMI CMG label in Nashville, Jay turned his focus toward consulting in a Direct-to-Fan & Fan Engagement role when he founded Music Geek Services in 2009. He’s worked with such notable acts as Barenaked Ladies, Sloan, the Presidents of the United States of America (PUSA), Mindy Smith, John Oates, the Figgs, Veruca Salt, Odds, Holly Williams, Jeremy Fisher, Carbon Leaf and Jars of Clay. Jay also makes time to teach Music Marketing and Music Business Strategies courses to a new era of music business students for Berklee Online.


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