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FEATURED POST FROM THE BEST BLOGGERS IN MUSIC: Biography Writing: Putting Your Story into Words
Biography Writing: Getting Started
Let’s be honest – biography writing is difficult for many musicians. Finding the right way to tell your story without adding too much fluff is the key. However, chances are unless you are a professional writer you may be over your head. Fortunately, there are some basics that can help you writing your artist biography. Furthermore, if you are still having difficulty you can hire a professional. Ultimately it all comes down to comfort level and what you are trying to achieve. If you are just putting up a simple biography on your social media, you should be able to use these basic steps to achieve that. However, if you are sending press releases out to record labels, music executives, and professional musicians – you may require a professional bio.
Biography Writing: The Basics
One of the most popular issues a person can run into when they are writing their artist biography is overselling their story. While hardships are something most people had to overcome, overstating your experience is problematic. A popular theme among amateur musicians is to tell a story of how they rose from the ashes like the phoenix. While in some cases they may be true, it seems most musicians tend to state this as their situation. The result? An uninteresting biography for a music professional to read. Especially relevant, use this as an opportunity to get right to the point.
As you are biography writing be sure to maintain your voice. Since most biographies are written in third person, it should read as if someone else wrote it about you. Maintain a tone that matches your brand. This is significant. If your brand is playful or quirky, be sure to sprinkle some of that in. Make it unique and interesting. A fun read will keep the reader interested and it will be memorable. However, it should maintain its professional appeal.
Be sure that your artist biography is a decent length. Do not make it too long. Proof read and take care of any mistakes. Additionally, highlight the highs of your career as well as any projects you have worked on. This should be informative and let the reader know enough about you while letting your music speak for itself.
As previously mentioned, if you are seeking professional biography writing, hire a professional. View Maniac can provide you with this service at a fair rate and a timely manner. Reach out for a free consultation to get started today!
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