How do we (a guitar strumming teenage girl two-piece) get a record deal?

Thursday, June 19, 2014
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Get a Record Deal
by marsmet471

Question by : How do we (a guitar strumming teenage girl two-piece) get a record deal?
We play original songs, are fourteen year old girls. We want to be an English Taylor Swift, but there’s two of us!
How do we get a record deal?
Please help, we will thank you on our album!

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Answer by char
you could possibly get an agent or something like that…go to some big competition thing and get noticed…or just walk to some record deal place and just be like “Give us a record deal!”

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One Response to “How do we (a guitar strumming teenage girl two-piece) get a record deal?”

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    Ken C Says:

    With the recording industry in a steady downward decline, a label isn’t going to give anyone a deal unless they can prove to them that they will sell albums. And to do that, you have to have your fan base in place before you go looking for the deal.

    It’s all about creating a buzz for your band. YouTube has launched a few careers, but those are the exception and not the rule.

    If you’ve played out and developed a fan base (and I’m not talking about the 10 friends and family that come see you play), the most direct way to secure a deal is to hire an entertainment lawyer to shop your demo to the labels. Almost every label out there will not accept submissions directly from artists…they want it from some type of representative, be it a lawyer, agent, manager, etc.

    Write great songs, have a great live show, and have a great promotions engine behind you and people will start to notice. But you’ve got to have that fan base first.

    Good luck.

    Greetings from Austin, TX

    Ken

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