How to Write a Booking Email That Gets Replies
Let's say you're a performing musician in the early stages of your career, or maybe, you've been doing this for a while, but don't have band-name recognition.
You work hard at your craft, and that hard work has resulted in positive feedback from your audience and the venues that have hosted you, say coffee houses or house concerts. You want to get right back out there and perform again as soon as possible, but you email venue after venue, and it's rare that you get a reply.
How can YOU write a booking email that gets replies, turning you into a performer that everyone wants to book?
Nobody tells you. Right? It's like secret information.
Wouldn't we all be better off if we shared what works with each other? There's room for all of us.
I've decided to do something about this.
I'm sharing a booking email template that gets replies and the strategy behind it.
Just fill out your email address, so I can send it to you. Sound like a good deal?
Watch your inbox. You'll receive an email with the subject line "Booking Email Template."
Also, one more thing . . .
There are a lot of articles and blog posts out there on this subject, but they just hint around at what to do, or they are written for bar bands — not Folk musicians like us who are playing in listening rooms. I’ve layed it all out for you in a template.
You have something original and beautiful to say with your music. You might even be changing people's lives and the world along with it. It's important that you get a chance to share your songs in public in live performances.
I'll show you this simple strategy. Believe me, ANYONE can do this. It will change the way you've been approaching the whole process of booking shows.
Want to learn how? Fill out your email address, so I can send it to you.