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Name: Adam Bernard
Home: Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
About Me: Entertainment journalist with 20 years of experience. Supporter of indie music. Lover of day baseball, and B-movies. Part time ninja. Kicked cancer’s ass. My memoir, ChemBro, is out now!
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Ten Secrets for Making a Show a Success Despite a Low Turnout
Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Although it may be a bit depressing to step out onstage and see only a handful of people in the crowd, when it comes to putting on a great show, audience size doesn’t matter nearly as much as you think it does. According to indie pop rock artist Logan Lynn, "Some of the best shows I’ve been to with some of my favorite bands have been poorly attended, and some of the worst live garbage I’ve ever lived through has been amid a sold-out crowd."

So how do you turn your night in front of a small crowd into something special? I spoke with Lynn and a dozen other indie artists about this, and they revealed their secrets for turning those shows into great times, using them as opportunities to create superfans, and even how they’ve been able to move merch despite low turnouts.

Read the full column at Sonicbids.com.

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