[RECAP] Peter Cincotti. Steven, Alan, and Melissa are back in the San Diego studio recapping Peter Cincotti’s interview from this past Tuesday.
Peter was the youngest jazz musician to reach #1 on the Billboard Jazz Charts and collaborations with Phil Ramone, Harry Connick Jr., and David Foster, Peter is now a free agent looking to get his Creative Hustle back out there to the masses. He’s been working on his latest album “Long Way From Home” for 3 years. He built a studio and moved all his pianos to the Jersey Shore… where he spent the summer’s growing up as a kid. He took the time to learn the tech side of the business and produced this whole album, and we are stoked to be supporting him along his journey.
[00:40] Recap of the interview and how working with music giants and reaching #1 on the Billboard Jazz paved the way to success.
[5:04] Why learning the tech part the business is important for creative independence.
[9:07] 2 tips for Creative Hustler’s to take to the bank. 1. Having “Faith.” What does that mean? And 2. Persistence – which is the sustained effort necessary to induce faith.
Resource mentioned: Think and Grow Rich. Guys, this book is under $9. It will change you, and the way you think about life, money, success, failures, faith, etc, etc, etc. I highly recommend not only reading it, but keeping as a resource on your bedside table.
[16:09] The music industry has changed in the past 30 years. Does anyone remember MTV when it was really MTV?
[19:36] Why having a tribe is important when building a brand.
[21:18] Although, we still don’t know what tomatoes Peter uses in your sauce. We’re so freaking curious about this.
[30:19] Melissa’s Moment of Hustle