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Following many cover music artists and full concerts in YouTube, music cover artists appear to be increasing thus making money from home this 2017 update.  Two More Ways Musicians Make Money: I predict more music cover artists will also be using the latest software and hardware to produce exciting music covers.
I might be able to add 300/400 word copy for you in music or sports, being in one of more of my blogs. If you`d like to know more, just go over to see Horror at Home Gigs far younger brother: > Horror Home Gigs < Other than that it is largely the same site in copy spin but, importantly, on a different server, if not I wouldn`t link.
Relatively small acoustic home concert are also on the increase, but there is a caveat I will mention below.  In addition to online marketing, including social online marketing, I welcomed music cover artists and other followers into my Twitter following.
As I`ve said, to the point of maybe becoming monotonous.. as long as it is reasonably family friendly, e.g. 5FDPs level OK. I`m sure Five Finger Death Punch would be duly flattered… like not!
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Incidentally, as of late January 2017 Horror at Home Gigs is getting between 230 to 270 genuine visitors a day, i.e. not from traffic exchanges, so several visitors will click over to my Twitter following. Anyway, I like going down my following to hear what you`re all up to in YouTube, music cover artists etc.  Handy cans hooked by the sofa!
To Have House Gigs, You Need Houses!  House concerts, acoustic concerts, unplugged home concerts..whatever..merge to be a great way to help pay the mortgage, even the rent if you have an agreeable landlord. Tag: music cover artists
But for home concerts, it`s a socially musical active home business opportunity few will have home capacity or facilities to consider. There`s also a noteworthy caveat I`ll mention later below.   As interest grows in house gigs it will surely follow that, at local or national level, issues will be raise over health and safety during concerts.
Who takes responsibility if someone becomes injured?  We face risks times over each day, but with home concerts are the risks carefully calculated?
It might seem un-cool but, to use a cliche, better safe than sorry in more ways that one. We hear of horror at home gigs happening (See, it influenced this domain name..) when there`s no insufficient space to accommodate for numbers arriving and hoping to attend. This has occurred because of advertising through social media. Organizers underestimated attendance.
Music followers were under the understanding they were going to concerts perhaps the size of a typical concert hall or Knebworth Park UK. On arriving they couldn`t attend due to limited capacity. Understandably perhaps, particularly if traveled from out of the area, it caused a lot of disgruntlement and anger.
As a result, it was advised on national news here in the UK, to keep house concert advertising at a local level or private. But It is not for everyone, perhaps many, who have the home capacity and facilities, would probably not wish to undertake arranging acoustic concerts from home as an income opportunity.
Being a home dwelling there`s limitations related to musical instruments of course, otherwise the vicinity could well be up-in-arms over decibel levels! So these increasingly popular events are limited to being  unplugged concerts, to use an umbrella term!
To the uninitiated here it goes like this: Example ways musicians make money is to perform in someone’s home or home located building, but usually a larger than usual lounge should it be within the UK. In the US some privately attended concerts are also held in what are considered suitable apartments.
They could also be held in an outdoor area, e.g. some are held in barns. So barns are not just the reserve of music jamborees and barn dances across Kentucky for example…For those who offer their home to local promoters, or who organize their own concerts, do well organized when organized carefully. They are proving very successful.
These smaller music performance venues are not just limited to home environments though, or lesser known musicians. Countless well known band have performed unplugged concerts. Razorlight and also The Pixies come immediately to mind. More recently Twenty One Pilots have performed one or more acoustic sets.
To digress: All the physical products within music have been… rested for now – 2016. As an after thought I felt that the musicians who take playing music very seriously go along to the bigger stores, e.g. Gak if UK, and get some practice in on guitars or drums. It appears rather like an empathy between sales staff and customers. Any lower it would be trailing on the ground..
Shaun A Leggott >Twitter<  >New Y T Channel<  musiccoverstoo @ gmail.com   Most images in Horror at Home Gigs are licensed through Adobe, please do not copy >  Tag: music cover artists<
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