Thinking Beyond A Chart Position - 5 Things for Emerging Talent to Consider
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Thinking Beyond A Chart Position: 5 things for emerging talent to consider

Techniques for long term sustainability in the music industry with Elroy “Spoonface” Powell.

"I believe in the importance of tapping into our true purpose and recognising the value of our experiences. I feel it's important for musicians to discover their own route to financial freedom, work/life balance and community connection. In doing so we empower ourselves, inspire others, and increase our chances of long-term sustainability."

- Elroy 'Spoonface' Powell


On Tuesday, 13th December I will be holding these sessions for ambitious, self-employed, musicians, students and emerging/independent talent,

I would like to help you think beyond a chart position

- Identify your worth,
- Increase your brand recognition
- Maximise your revenue potential

and ultimately create your own economy


I will share 5 key considerations that will help transform your situation.

During the session you will:

  • Recognise your strengths and areas to develop
  • Create your own long and short-term targets, and an action plan to achieve them
  • Identify and overcome ideas that limit your progress
  • Stay on track with accountability techniques


Please note:

In order to register you can choose a time slot but it will be confirmed after booking to ensure the correct number of people per session.

There will be a maximum of 3 people in each group with me to increase the amount of attention I can give.

Each session lasts around 45 minutes max.

There are only 15 tickets available.


Why am I doing this?

I recently delivered a talk at the 'Off The Record' conference, Manchester, and got inundated with follow up requests to share more insights. It made it clearer to me how my experiences and knowledge of the industry can be useful to others.

In 2000 I had a number 1 record, sold over a million and received major mainstream exposure.

There was a decline in my career when my creative choices weren't what was expected. I reignited my career by doing what I love and I’m now a Music Publisher, Actor, Voice Over Artist and Social Entrepreneur.

See you on the 13th December.

Warmest regards,


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