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As an independent music artist, it can be challenging to navigate the music industry on your own. With the ever-evolving landscape of the digital age, it's easy to get lost in the sea of artists trying to make it big. That's where a manager comes in.

Having a manager on your team can provide numerous benefits for your career. They can help with booking gigs, negotiating contracts, managing finances, and promoting your music. With their expertise and connections in the industry, they can open doors that you may not have been able to access on your own.

Statistics show that even major artists have managers on their team. In fact, a study conducted by the International Music Managers Forum (IMMF) found that 92% of its members' clients (who are major artists) have managers. This indicates the importance of having a manager to guide an artist's career, regardless of their level of success.

Another survey conducted by Berklee College of Music found that artists with managers tend to earn higher revenues than those without. The study showed that artists with managers earned an average of $10,141 more per year than those without.

Moreover, managers can provide invaluable support for independent artists who may not have the resources or experience to handle the business side of their career. They can help you focus on your music and creative endeavors while they handle the administrative and logistical aspects.

In conclusion, having a manager on your team can make a significant difference in your career as an independent music artist. Not only can they provide access to opportunities and connections, but they can also help you navigate the industry with their expertise and support. The statistics speak for themselves, and it's clear that even major artists rely on managers to further their careers.

For more info about management options contact www.GDEManagement.com 

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