HIRING A MUSICIAN ?
OR ASKING THEM TO PERFORM AT YOUR EVENT ?
think you're paying for:
- Someone to perform some music.
are actually paying for:
- Someone to perform some music, plus:
- Equipment and instruments
- Hours of rehearsal time.
- Transportation to and from the venue.
- Overnight accommodation and in between from/to long travel distances.
- The amount of money spent on lessons and training to become the musicians
- The percentages that goes to income taxes.
- Telephone and Internet bills spent organizing the performance and its
- Any manager, agent, or other booking fees and surety bonds.
Not to mention....
- The payment also has to cover food, housing, bills, and all other living
Still think that
offering "exposure" and experience is a fair price? You wouldn't expect a plumber,
carpenter, hairdresser, doctor, dentist, optician, electrician, chef,
mechanic, dressmaker or
shop owner to work for free, would you?
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