Some of the more lucrative gigs for performing artists are found on college campuses. Learn why from Eric Lambert, the Executive Director of the Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities.
As a major promoter of college conferences, I checked back with Eric to get an update to our original interview and see how his organization was responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Then
Eric walks us through the various membership opportunities, conference time frames, locations, showcasing benefits, how they are adapting to the current crisis and how they move forward.
Eric and many of his staff members are performers or have worked in student activities. This provides them with a unique perspective as to the needs of both the performers, agents, and managers as well as the college student and staff committee members. Check out our conversation and gain greater insight into this college booking organization and the college market.
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Next week I’m interviewing Erica Wheeler, who transformed her music career into a niche market focused career. Erica Wheeler is a keynote speaker, a workshop experience and community engagement leader and an award-winning singer/songwriter.
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