PETER HARTZELL: Getting Your Music Out There

If you want to get your music “out there”, our podcast producer and special guest Peter Hartzell (owner of Tree House Media lays out the practical steps you can take right now.

Peter has an extensive background in marketing and music production, and his insights are key to taking the next right step in your musical journey.

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John Chisum

John Chisum is a pioneer in the Christian music business, serving alongside people such as Bill & Gloria Gaither, Twila Paris, Paul Baloche, Don Moen, and many more. As President of Nashville Christian Songwriters, John seeks to empower Christian songwriters worldwide to discover and fulfill their call to write.

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  1. Cristaña Carlton

    Loved the podcast with Peter Hartzell. Very informative! Really serves to get us in the crosshairs for success. Many thanks, John!

  2. Kristie Hammarstrom

    Peter Hartzell mentions in the podcast that even songwriters need to establish their “vibe” when promoting themselves. “You are responsible to present yourself to the world”. John, could you expand on what a songwriter “vibe” looks like?… a personal “brand” as a songwriter? I’m new to NCS as of 11/19, but have been listening to all your amazing podcasts! Thanks :so much!

    1. John Chisum

      Hi Kristie! I know I answered this elsewhere, but hope you are well on your way to understanding how to take steps to present yourself as a songwriter. So many great writers have gone all the way into full-blown artistry! All the best, John

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