Grant Tilbury Jaiswal is Head of Artist Success at Openstage. He’s formerly the Artist Relations and A&R guy with Trackd, the collaboration platform that lets musicians record, collaborate and share their musical creations, all from an iOS device.
Openstage helps artists, labels, and music managers efficiently develop and scale their core audience and business, giving artists tools and insights to understand who their fans are, and giving fans great experiences with artists they love.
Grant joined Openstage in June of 2022 but has worked in the artist management and representation side music business for well over ten years. This episode marks Grant’s third appearance on the Unstarving Musician. In this episode, our conversation offers insight into what Openstage is all about and some practical advice and examples of how to grow and engage a fanbase.
Grant and I also discuss some fascinating Openstage artist case studies, engagement benchmarks and advice for music artists and artist managers, building fan loyalty, and more.
Learn more about Openstage at Openstage.live. Please enjoy my conversation with Grant Tilbury Jaiswal of Openstage.
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