Let's face it. For those of us that dream of being a professional recording artist, the odds are usually stacked against us. But Houston-based entertainment attorney, J.S. Skip Rudsenske, knows that there are ways to enhance your chance for success when it comes to music as a profession. In fact, he'll boldly tell people that they really can make a living with music... if they work hard, follow a carefully crafted blueprint, and accept some basic truths about the life path they're choosing to follow. In Music Business Made Simple, Rudsenske offers solid career-building advice. The book is divvied up into bit-sized chapters: practicing, recording your first demo, creating a promo kit, finding a manager, playing a showcase, and much more. This book is a practical tool for would-be musicians and those who are looking to move their career to the next level. Award-winning independent musician, Pete Droge, wrote the foreword.