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The Unstarving Musician

The Unstarving Musician’s Podcast features interviews with indie music artists an industry pros who share their experience and expertise on songwriting, recording, touring, getting gigs, marketing, and much more. It’s all intended to help indie artists to more of what they love–make music.

Dec 14, 2018

Laura Marie, San Antonio bases singer songwriter, licensing placement, advocate for mental health & wellnessSan Antonio based singer songwriter Laura Marie and I were connected by way of mutual friend and former Unstarving Musician’s Podcast guest Chris Taylor. I’m very happy with the outcome of this episode! I always enjoy interviewing music artists for this podcast–always. However, sometimes I get a wee bit off-track. I often get lost in conversation. This is the result of having so much fun speaking with the artist I’m interviewing. In these instances it’s easy to lose sight of you the listener. I may not ask enough of the questions that matter. But I think this conversation with Laura stays on point with the Unstarving Musician mission of serving the indie music artist.

I’m 81 episodes in and still learning!

Laura has made a bit of money in licensing. She’s been a speaker for the Folk Alliance. Her songwriting process has evolved over the years. She’s pretty darn savvy about social media marketing, and has a list of accolades that could make up a tattoo sleeve. But best of all… She openly shares some of the mistakes she’s made.

Laura was also very open about very personal aspects of her life. She suffers from anxiety, and is a survivor of both sexual assault and a suicide attempt. This part of her life experience has made her a voice for mental and emotional well-being. These moving themes made this episode feel like a gift. It was an important conversation for me. I hope it will be for you too.


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