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Season 1

Grow Where You Were Planted – Music Managment

Adam Daniel - Lake & Irving

Music Management is The Key

Join Us as we dive into another session with Musician Adam Daniel! This incredible man has steadily created a career with his uncanny sense of navigation and studied craft.  Adam discusses how growing in the industry is about great habits and focus.  Music management  has to have a solid plan and amazing vision.

Learn from a master in this episode of Brews & Eats With Badass Peeps.

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welcome to another episode of brews and
eats with badass peeps

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this amazing local artists we’re at
Lake & Irving in Minneapolis enjoying

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some amazing food and drinks this is
their Fig & Rye it’s amazing so let’s

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start with you Adam tell us a little bit
about you well my name is Adam Daniel I

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am a professional musician here in the
Twin Cities I’m born and raised in

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Minnesota and it’s a beautiful place to
be for music there’s several of the

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groups that I performed wasn’t or with
not only was in tri-state area but also

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kind of expand internationally versus GB
Leighton

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Brian is hands-down one of the most
prolific

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songwriters in Minnesota I think you
would agree yeah when I’m fortunate

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enough not only to call Brian late and a
boss of sorts if you will but a good

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friend 10 about those who’s an awardee
enemies and rock musician cap crook in

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this play with her as well this is gonna
go on for a while you know though you

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say all these powerhouse singers and and
as a lead singer of a group of

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singer-songwriter I wouldn’t be half of
the musician I am on stage without the

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support like you onstage with me and
we’ve played together on stage before so

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I mean I really think that the accolades
should be directed at you as well

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because the things the way that you
study before shows shine spear on stage

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the fact that people can come to a show
and smile and laugh and have fun and you

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exuse that on stage it’s incredible if
you haven’t seen any one of these things

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you need to go out and see one of these
shows because Adam makes it fun you make

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it fun I think that’s fun so digging
deep into your history of planning as a

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music
what was the worst moment the most

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entrepreneurial moment as a musician
that you’ve ever had I have to have to

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first share this story with you I have a
recurring nightmare that happens there’s

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a YouTube clip out there of a young
group of kids and they click together

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this garage band to perform for a
school-wide assembly and they learned

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discovering a user song and they all get
up there

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they’re starting and they’re very
meticulous in there and they’re playing

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the cops pretty so hard
god bless their souls and they’re just

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given it theirs they’re all and as
they’re getting into it and getting more

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comfortable the song the lead singer
happens to be the keyboard playing he’s

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playing one hand and has the mic yeah
and he’s about one line in and when he

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pushes him the keyboard that keyboard
completely collapses and he falls to the

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ground and his response does this yeah
to this there’s one guy in back he’s

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slow claps and and finally no there’s
some people that join along and they get

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an encouragement thankfully I do not use
that type of people expand because

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there’s two bolts standing between new
and under and bass right so without

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forego my personal most embarrassing
moment is um a band I’m in has a good

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friend of the band and she sells
designer clothes nothing designer names

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but it’s kind of edgy stage where and it
fit really good for the project and I

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decide to embrace that and I took a
couple of pair of pants and wore them

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and one of the shows and I got to be
shown it was up in Medinah and we were

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pretty crushed for time it was load-in
soundcheck and perform

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and I went to go pick up my first piece
of gear and I bent down and I completely

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switched the back of my my pins no root
my pins no root I like the waistband and

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out and it was um if it was been old
floors just opened I was ugly

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let’s take a minute here to do a social
here quick today’s episode is brought to

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you in part by patreon listen music management
lovers if you look in these episodes and

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you love them what we’re putting out
there head over to our patreon channel

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where you can support each one of these
episodes and make sure that these

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episodes keep rolling out thanks for
hanging out with us here with Adam

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Danielle we’ll get right back into the
episode swinging into things we just

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talked about your worst entrepreneurial
musical situation your pants were ripped

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I want to go a little farther back into
the moment that moment maybe as a kid or

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as an adult when you decided to take the
next step and quit your day job and this

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was your aha moment to become a musician
for a long time I was balancing retail

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management day job with trying to play
15 points

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and I would work a seven to four golden
sleep in the evening I would do it all

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over again it was a cycle and it was it
was unhealthy with me and faithful to

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you to that opportunity and I think that
I was saying no to some opportunities

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not many but it was bothering me and
eating at me that I was being able to

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say yes to two more things that came
across my plate I’m a big believer in in

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educating yourself on the job I feel
like I feel like there’s no better

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industry than the art industry than the
music industry to learn then on the job

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and I know that some of us went to
school to learn the business side of

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that but I’ll tell you what if you’re
out there and you’re and you’re trying

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to become a musician an artist a
comedian an actor there’s no better way

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to become what you want then just doing
it in my research with you and knowing

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your solo I know you went to school for
a lot of years to become a musician so

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and we talked about this briefly but I
want you to talk about it a little bit

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more if you were to go back and talk to
yourself before going into music management school

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music management business school by the way this is
like where you learned the business of

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becoming a musician would you talk
yourself out of it no I would have told

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myself that just like learning your
trait with your voice or your your

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abilities it’s it’s a muscle as much as
the confidence to interact with someone

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and the kapre competences to present
yourself it’s all a muscle and the more

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you use that muscle and strengthen that
the stronger it becomes right in my

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opinion being on the other side of it
being one that is not a studied musician

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in terms of going to school being a
business having a business major in it I

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don’t feel like my career this is one
side of opinion

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I feel like my career has been impacted
by my lack of schooling for it and so I

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would say this is two examples of how
you can do it in the

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industry you can if you’re a person that
learns best in that study situation do

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it go for it if you’re not that kind of
person if you’re an NGO just do it kind

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of person this is a person who doesn’t
read the instructions to set up a TIA

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table by the way so if you’re that
person don’t go to school honestly

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that’s my opinion you know and your
parents will shoot me for it but

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whatever yeah they talk about socks and
I thought maybe that you would ask about

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what exists what I’m currently wearing
it’s that time we’re gonna get it going

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and I want you to I’m gonna ask you some
questions that I want you just right off

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the top here the first thing that comes
to your gut just just spew it out it’s

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really important that in this in this
particular round that you don’t think

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too hard about it carefully
in the beginning what was holding you

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back from becoming a musician with
confidence confidence and the financial

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piece is going to be their confidence
that I was prepared to to play that many

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shows confidence that could interact and
and exchanged conversation of business

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with the venue’s confidence you can earn
money to feed you in your life yeah I

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mean that’s the silliest one that’s
that’s still a thing

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it’s still a thing with a lot of
musicians I mean being being

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self-employed at any level there is
always that fear right because the money

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is a financial piece pentameter during
your career in the beginning of

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currently maybe you’ve read it what’s
the best piece of advice you’ve gotten

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about theatrical my mother said
something that stuck with me forever and

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by more insightful than she ever
realized

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and it was bloom where you’re planted
John Lee Dumas from entrepreneur on fire

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says focus follow one course until
success and I think that that is up

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along the same lines is what your mother
is saying it’s the buttermilk chicken

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sandwich

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Wow cheers dude just do it what’s a
personal habit that contributes to your

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success
Bailey daily puffle and what I mean by

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that is I like I’d like to keep my my
ears and my eyes open to everything

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going on in musical community if there’s
a new venue that I don’t know about I

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wanna know are they booking music management is it
acoustic is it it’s electric as a full

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band who the bands going in there what’s
the demographic that you’re focusing on

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if there’s a booking agent who the
people are needs a booking a town if

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there’s a band that I don’t know about
who the members of the band are they

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connect with any other bands I could go
on and it’s I want to know I want to

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soap in it I want to know the
opportunities that are missing I also

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want to know if I can create the
opportunities out of those areas what

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are you currently listening to what is
in your CD player right now Gabe Dixon

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Nathan Angelo
and ninja really I you stumped me all

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right
they are all musicians in the same

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wheelhouse just feel good songwriting
and the songs are performs behind the

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camp
the last question of the lightning round

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if you could recommend a book or an
online resource to our viewers what

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would it be a couple months back I was
into an interview in the name of perfect

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escapes but the quote that came out of
the interview that

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profound to me was the closer you become
to the creator more creative you become

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within the Bible the Book of Psalms is
the most romantic poetic and

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we filled with Avira sitting by
revisiting that and we clean everything

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with that I get few I really appreciate
you being here and let us know how we

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can connect with you Adam Daniel
music.com

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you can find me on my artist page on
Facebook and that’s by searching Adam

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Daniel music can also find me on
instagram under the username a call me

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Adam David I appreciate you coming to
hang out with us here brews and eats of

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bad espied sort of you my friend are a
badass peep and if you get an

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opportunity to hang out with this guy I
highly recommend that you do it this is

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another episode bruisin eats with bad s
peeps

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my name is Judd Haley this is Adam
Daniel we’ll catch you on another

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episode

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Brews & Eats is the brain child of Musician/Video Producer Jud Hailey. Starting with his closest friends in the industry; Jud began to hone his craft and began to meander through industries asking the same questions. The Idea behind asking the experts the same questions is to begin to pull together themes of successful people.

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