The Relationship Between Artist and Venue Owner

Well, first and foremost, when the artist develops and maintains a positive working relationship with the venue, it shows your professionalism. It tells the venue owner that you have respect for their sacrifices and all that it has taken for them to provide you with an opportunity perform at their venue. It shows your commitment and your willingness to create a partnership in the business from which you both can benefit.

It also shows that you are sincere about your chosen art form, and that you and the venue owner probably have very similar passions in common. This can make for a long-lasting relationship. The venue receives revenue in part because of your combined efforts and your performing at the venue. The artist then gets paid, and the relationship is mutually beneficial to both sides.

So stay committed to your passion and the business. Stay true to your self and share your sincerity in supporting the venue. We should all remember to never forget: without the venue, we have no place to share our true passion…our music!

So stay tuned, as there will be more to come. Peace.

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Ren

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