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TEM1: Ranaan Meyer of Time for Three on Advice for Young Musicians, the Importance of a Strong Support Network and Founding Time for Three

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The Entrepreneurial Musician Blog by Andrew Hitz featuring articles on being an entrepreneur in the music business. Show notes for The Entrepreneurial Musician Podcast.

TEM1: Ranaan Meyer of Time for Three on Advice for Young Musicians, the Importance of a Strong Support Network and Founding Time for Three

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Ranaan Meyer is the bass player for Time For Three, a teacher, and the founder of the Time For Three Foundation.

What You'll Learn:

  • How Time for Three started almost by accident and how the got (more like created) their big break
  • The business model Time for Three uses that continues to see them thrive
  • What's next for the group
  • The advice Ranaan has for young musicians trying to make a name for themselves in the business today
  • The importance of having a strong support network (Ranaan leans on his heavily)
  • The three words that are written in block leaders daily at the top of his To-Do list
  • How he and his colleague Zach DePue took advantage of a power outage while playing with the Philadelphia Orchestra and proceeded to wow the crowd, amaze the rest of the orchestra and how it helped propel them to stardom
  • The nonprofit he runs and his other entrepreneurial ventures he runs including two bass camps and his career as a soloist

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