JSG Book/Resource Guide


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I finally finished and have published  The Jazz Artist’s Survival Guide Book for purchase in all formats,  Ebook, PDF and Bound Physical Copy.  

It can be purchased here on our site as a PDF or Bound Physical Copy.  It can be purchased online at Amazon, Apple, B&N, and many other online sites.

The Jazz Artist’s Survival Guide is a book discussing the areas of jazz artist’s career essential to understand to survive in today’s environment along with a comprehensive resource guide to where a jazz artist can find what is needed to help be successful in these areas. Areas include education, recording, performing, publicity, marketing, branding, distribution, and more.

The 50 plus pages will consist of 2 sections of content:

  • 5 chapters discussing the areas of a jazz artist’s career that are essential to understand to survive with a touch of my philosophy based on my experience, mistakes, and successes
  • A comprehensive resource guide that covers all of the chapters where a jazz artist can find what is needed to accomplish the above.  All in one place!

This book is  for all levels of jazz artists including students, educators, professionals.  There will be discounts for educators to purchase for classes.

I truly hope that this book/resource guide will help you find ways to further and enhance your life as a jazz artist.


4 Responses to JSG Book/Resource Guide

  1. Is the book available yet?Would love to get the ebook version

  2. Greg,

    Just a suggestion. It took me quite awhile to figure out how to purchase your book. So you might want to make it painfully obvious how to do so. Best wishes!

    • gregpasenko says:

      Hey Bill, sorry this took so long. I appreciate your thoughts and have actually thought about making some changes. Been actually selling some. Not sure if it can help you as you probably have been thru as much as I have .I will make some changes and email you and see what you think. Hey, I have been reading a lot of marketing blogs and one thing that seems to help is to maybe share adv or links on each others blog. If you are interested I am thinking of creating an area on the pages for small box spots

  3. jack says:

    Very nice post. Great job

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