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Best Music Industry Books You Should Read

Looking for the best Music Industry books? Browse our list to find excellent book recommendations on the subject.

Gender, Branding, and the Modern Music Industry (2018)

 Best Music Industry Books You Should ReadGender, Branding, and the Modern Music Industry combines interview data with music industry professionals with theoretical frameworks from sociology, mass communication, and marketing to explain and explore the gender differences female artists experience.
Author(s): Kristin J. Lieb

An Introduction To Music Therapy: Theory and Practice (1998)

 Best Music Industry Books You Should ReadAvailable for the first time in paperback, this low-cost, high-quality guide to music therapy thought, research, and practice is the ideal text for a one semester overview and the perfect handbook for the practicing professional.
Author(s): William B Davis , Michael H Thaut, et al.

Music Business For Dummies (2015)

 Best Music Industry Books You Should ReadMusic Business For Dummies explains the ins and outs of the music industry for artists and business people just starting out. You’ll learn how file-sharing, streaming, and iTunes have transformed the industry, and how to navigate your way through the new distribution models to capitalize on your work.
Author(s): Loren Weisman

Music Marketing for the DIY Musician: Creating and Executing a Plan of Attack on a Low Budget (Music Pro Guides) (2014)

 Best Music Industry Books You Should ReadThere has never been a greater need for practical DIY marketing advice from a musician who has been there and succeeded than now – at a time when new technologies make it more possible than ever for musicians to attract attention independently and leverage their own careers, and record industry professionals look exclusively for developed artists who are already successful.Written by a professional musician for other musicians,