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Here are the top ten articles for the Musician Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Write Your Musician Bio
A short, attention-grabbing bio is an integral part of a musician’s or band’s promo. It creates an invaluable first impression, with your most important points and accomplishments. Here are some free guidelines for writing your own.

2. Band Promo Videos On A Budget
With creativity and these tips, you can make great promo videos for your band at very little expense.

3. Must Have Items For Gigging Musicians
Be prepared! When you are at your gig, you want to be confident that nothing will go wrong. If, like most working musicians, you are not relying on a manager to take care of all details, here are some invaluable recommendations.

4. A Droll Look At Music For The Holidays
Unbearable anticipation… tantalizing mysterious packages, glistening in a myriad of colors… rosy cheeks and noses kissed by frosty air… toasty fireplaces, yummy eggnog, family gatherings around conifer trees festooned with rainbows of colored lights… charming bedtime stories read aloud by parents ju

5. Musicians - Reduce Your Taxes
Whether you are just beginning to do a gig now and then, or a busy music pro making a living performing and recording, here are some helpful tips for self-employed artists. This article focuses on taxes in the USA.

6. Live Music And Audience Participation
Some musicians focus entirely on proficiency with their instrument. But there are also many ways to make your performance more exciting, satisfying, special and memorable by connecting with your audience.

7. Your Ears - Supremely Designed Music Gear
How valuable are your ears? What if they were an invented technology? What if you had to pay for them? Here is a little fun view of ears, with some tips on how to value them as we should, and prevent hearing loss.

8. How To Have A Great Home Recording Studio
Using today's magnificent and ever-evolving computer technology, you can now make professional recordings of your own music in your home, and at your performances. Here is what you need to put together a great home recording studio!

9. Pete Seeger's 5-String Banjo Book
How To Play The 5-String Banjo - A Manual For Beginners, by Pete Seeger. This is an essential book for banjo pickers and folk music enthusiasts. Here is why after more than 60 years, it is still loved.

10. FREE Ear Training Software
Free software to boost your musicianship skills.



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