Phoenix Musicians Network is a mixture of Artist’s and genres. We have created the network to support and promote all Musicians to help them get paid gigs and grow their audience. We encourage venues to book original artists from their own towns and promote those that are on tour. Collaboration is key amongst us all and we salute those that promote back ! #phoenixvibe

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Getting in on the #PhoenixVibe

Join our Musicians Network if you are a Band or Artist and get your Phoenix profile viewed by Venues, Radio Stations, and Private Bookings. We support and promote via social media and all for one Annual fee per profile! Join us here read about us here Book direct with Musician or contact  Phoenix Event Organisers by email 

Take part in #Phoenixmusichour @phoenixmusic60m with @forgottenbee every Tuesday 8-9pm where we share #newmusic and events amongst the Phoenix Network & Beyond! 


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Meet the Phoenix Somerset Music Development Network Mentors

Rupert Lovesy

Rupert Lovesy

Rupert Lovesy, currently a financial advisor, has previously worked as an educational advisor and teacher. The founder of Curry Rivel Music Network (which became Phoenix Somerset Musician Development Network), Rupert has organised and performed at a number of music events including concerts, festivals, busking, acoustic café, jam sessions and open mic. His aim is to get people who play their music behind closed doors to become confident in playing with other musicians and performing and to help those who want to go further to find regular paid gigs.

Your Music Business

Going The Extra Mile

Getting the Most out of SoundCloud

Disaster Proof Your Band – SingersGuitar/BassDrummers

9 to 5 – The World of Professional Music


Courteney Yeoell


Singing has been Courteney’s heartfelt passion since she was four years old. She has received both classical and contemporary vocal training to a high level and loves singing all styles of music including ballads, rock, pop, jazz, indie, country, classical and soul. Since deciding that she wanted to be a professional musician, she has pursued this aim relentlessly, making the most of every opportunity to study, arrange, jam, write, perform and collaborate with musicians from around the world. She is a regular busker and has been performing paid gigs, both with a band and as a solo artist, for several years now.

Busking – Some Dos, Don’ts and Try Not Tos

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