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How to Get Signed to a Record Label: Tips From Music Manager Shannon O’Shea

Music industry professional Shannon O’Shea is back for part four of the informative interview series, this time with advice for emerging recording artists on how to get signed to a record label.

In this segment Shannon shares valuable information for new and emerging musicians on how to use innovative DIY music marketing to promote themselves, how to approach a music manager, music marketing tools to use, how to get signed to a label and whether you should go with an Indie label or a major record label.

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Be sure to see part onepart two, and part three of our interview with Shannon O’Shea if you missed them.  Shannon provides tremendous insight to how the music industry works and what challenges the recording artists you love deal with.  It’s valuable information for both recording artists and their fans.

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Shannon O’Shea is a leading advocate for the rights of recording artists.  She is also the co-creator and founding manager of the multi-platinum group GARBAGE, and founding manager critically-acclaimed 8mm. Shannon and her select roster have worked with some of the world’s most compelling talent and their emissaries, including the Rolling Stones, Marilyn Manson, David Bowie, No Doubt, U2, Meat Beat Manifesto, Uncle Kracker, Moth, Kill Hannah, Foetus, Mellowdrone, System Of The Down, Depeche Mode, Deep Purple, Fiona Apple, Black Grape, Hanson, Folk Implosion, Chuck D, Michael Hutchence, Black Sabbath, Primal Scream, Ice Cube, Korn, Bjork, Churchill, Shining, Meese, Envy On The Coast, Puscifer, and A Perfect Circle amongst many others.

Stay tuned for for more episodes when Shannon interviews some of the heavyweights in the music industry.

You can learn more about Shannon O’Shea with SOS Management on her website:

Video produced by Mark Stout Photography.

Shannon O’Shea photo by Bo Roberts.

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