Brian Wolff with acoustic guitar on yellow backdrop

Brian Wolff is exploring new areas of creativity and a music career that includes freelance services.

Brian Wolff returns to the Unstarving Musician to discuss his transition from performing with a high energy rock band into live streaming as a solo artist, plus the changes that have brought him to a new chapter of his music career. We also discuss his live streaming setup, Patreon, nurturing his creativity through writing things down more often, the terrifying moment of doing his first live stream performance, including the absence of in-person feedback and his Greetings From Wherever podcast.

You can hear me in episode 15 of Greetings From Wherever.

This is Brian’s fourth appearance on the Unstarving Musician. We met on the socials sometime in 2018, and I really enjoy speaking with him. I had the pleasure of spending time with him in Austin back in 2018. Great guy! I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

Mentioned in this Episode

Touring, Podcasting and Rocking with Fair City Fire–Brian Wolff (Ep 55)

Giving Back to Austin’s Youth–Brian Wolff (Ep 119)

Brian Wolff Responds To Unstarving Musician Survey (Ep 192)

Brian on Facebook @BrianWolffMusic

Brian on Patreon

Greetings From Wherever

FocusRite Scarlett 2i2 Audio Interface

OBS Studio

The Artist Way

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