Life as a Female Music Manager: Behind the Scenes
Hey, music lovers! Are you curious about what it takes to be a young female manager in the music industry? Well, buckle up, because I'm about to take you on a fun and educational ride!
First of all, being a female manager in this industry is no walk in the park. But with the right mindset and support system, it can be incredibly fulfilling. And let me tell you, my support system is tight! My team is my family, and we're all about supporting each other and our artist. It's like the Brady Bunch, but with more guitars and fewer hairdos!
As a manager, I wear many hats - I'm a stylist, public relations rep, therapist, and even a punching bag when my artist needs to blow off steam. It's like being a jack of all trades, and trust me, it's not for the faint of heart. But, when you see your artist on stage, doing what they love, and making the crowd go wild, it's all worth it.
One of the biggest challenges in the music industry is maintaining a public persona while dealing with private issues. Artists go through a lot of emotional turmoil, from happiness to sadness, depression, and even suicidal thoughts. As a manager, it's crucial to provide emotional support and help our artists get the help they need, including therapy.
And let me tell you, being a wife and a manager is like doing a tightrope walk while juggling flaming swords - it's not easy, but it's a thrill! The key is to find balance and prioritize what's most important. For me, it's my family and my artist, but I also believe in pursuing my education to achieve my dreams.
So, there you have it - a glimpse into what it takes to be a young female manager in the music industry. It's a fun and challenging job that requires passion, perseverance, and a strong support system. And let me tell you, it's worth it when you see your artist shine on stage and know that you played a role in making it happen.