Monthly Archives: March 2018

4 003 Expand Your Brand: Tips For Content Inspiration (When You’re Not Inspired)

If you’re posting enough content and you often feel uninspired, then this episode is for you.

Lexi discusses a few tricks she uses to keep the clever content flowing for Daredevil Production artists.

If you’d like a little one-on-one help with your branding, content, and/or marketing schedule a consulting appointment today and we’ll be happy to help you get on the right track.

Just email and put CONSULTING QUESTION in the subject line.

111: An Artist Is A Brand Are YOU Brand Conscious?

Probably the biggest Cardinal sin songwriters and artists commit is ignoring the importance of brands and branding.

As a songwriter, you need to be acutely aware of the artists brand that you’re pitching to. Submitting songs that fit the brand make YOU look more professional and increases your chance of a cut for obvious reasons.

As an artist, if you’re optics and image don’t match the music you’ll confuse the audience. This means you won’t grow one.

In this episode, Brent and Johnny dive into branding in an attempt to make YOU more brand conscious.

If you’d like more information on how to blow up your songwriting career with Brent’s C4 Experience, download his free book Think Like A Pro Songwriter and get the 411.


Get inside the mind of a hit songwriter. Listen to how Brent Baxter would approach writing a song called “Is It True?”. This one is cool because we tackle about 4 or 5 different conceptual angles.

If you’re interested in becoming the best songwriter you can be, then hanging with hit songwriters will be a key factor in your journey. Imagine what you could learn!

Schedule a coaching session with Brent today at and up your game!

110: Interview with Wilkes (Current The Voice Contestant)

How did Wilkes get from a Christian band in Georgia all the way to becoming a favorite contestant on NBC’s The Voice and how is he prepared to optimize the attention?

Brent and Johnny interview this talented artist and uncover some amazing revelations that all artists should hear.

Download the free 21 Biggest Marketing Mistakes Indie Artists Make document by going to and tell us where to send it.

If you write great songs but have trouble affording professional quality song demos, then Daredevil Production’s “Song Demo Scholarship Program” is for you. This unique program offers a limited amount of amateur songwriters to record with Nashville’s legendary studio musicians like Brent Mason, Bobby Terry, Buddy Hyatt, etc. and a Grammy-Winning engineer at significantly discounted rates.  CLICK HERE and learn more.

PS: Most scholarship winners find this valuable because they can’t get to Nashville, so NO, you don’t need to come to Nashville to get your song recorded.


002 Expand Your Brand: 3 Awesome Apps For Content Creation

If your visual image content needs to look more professional, then this minisode is for you. Lexi and Johnny discuss 3 killer apps they use regularly to create content for Daredevil Production clients.

The apps we discussed were Canva, Picmonkey, Typorama, and Giphy.

Download 21 Biggest Marketing Mistakes Indie Artists Make for free by going to

109: Olympic Gold & Songwriter Platinum

Like the Olympics, you’re competing in an international market when the goal is to be a songwriter or an artist!

The struggle is REAL.

Listen to Brent and Johnny discuss some of the Olympic medal hopefuls and the struggles they went through to succeed.

Join Brent’s C4 Experience which is a set of live online workshops in the month of April.

To learn more, download Brent’s free book called Think Like A Pro Songwriter and you’ll receive the necessary information to transform your songwriting in April.



Want to get inside the mind of a hit songwriter?

You won’t believe what Brent came up with to approach writing a song called “Roommates”.

If you’d like professional coaching for your song, reach out to Brent at and schedule an appointment today.

108: Interview w/ Grammy-Winning Engineer Zach Allen

Have you ever wondered how someone goes from “wanting” to be an engineer to winning a Grammy? Hear Zach Allen discuss how he made the transformation from a wannabe to winning the Grammy for best engineering on a Contemporary Blues Record on the Taj Mahal/Keb Mo release TajMo.

If you’d like to submit your song to be considered for the Song Demo Scholarship Program, email your work tape and lyrics to and put SONG DEMO SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM in the subject line.

This program is designed to offer access to top-tier musicians and a Grammy-Winning engineer in a world-class studio facility for the massively discounted price that the publishing companies pay.