Case Study: Jazz Sideman-Bandleader
Gross Revenue Time Series
Below are the overall gross income numbers for 2004-2010 for Jazz Sideman-Bandleader. For more detail year by year, including definitions for each category, visit the appendix.
In this period, Jazz Sideman-Bandleader made 37% of his income from sideman work from live performances and recordings in US, Europe, Canada, Mexico, and South America with 81 different ensembles. Approximately 28% of his income is from projects he led or co-led: 15% from live performances, 1% from recordings, and 12% from five grants received during this period. As an administrator, he earned 15% of his income as a music project consultant to arts organizations and 8% as organizing tours or concerts for other musicians for whom he also performs. He earned 11% of his income during this period from teaching, which fluctuates from year to year. PRO royalties accounted for approximately 2% of his income, generated by radio airplay and performances in Europe, as well as broadcasts of a film for which he wrote the music.
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