1: “Give Them More Than What They Came For” with Erich Bergen | SOSstudio




Welcome to the first episode of SOSstudio Sessions, a music promotion podcast with a goal of empowering musicians with the tools and techniques to become their own best promoter. To achieve this, I’ll be interviewing successful artists and asking them to share their strategies for self-promotion on social media and in their communities.

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I’m wasting no time, diving right in. My first guest is Erich Bergen, a multi-talented star of stage, screen, and radio. A New York City native, Erich started his career at a very young age and has been following the current ever since. Most recently, he starred as Bob Gaudio in the Jersey Boys movie directed by Clint Eastwood and can now be seen weekly on Madam Secretary as Blake Moran.



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In this episode you will learn:

  • How SOSstudio Sessions was born and why so many people asked for it
  • The goals and trajectory of this podcast series
  • Tips on how to keep adrenaline alive on social media
  • Thoughts on building and nurturing your community of followers


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Thanks for Listening!

Thank you for joining me on the start of this journey. Please let me know what you think in a comment below! If you liked what you heard from Erich and would like to get in touch with him, you can reach him at any of his social media sites listed directly above this. He’s very friendly, I promise.

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Thanks again for joining me, and a very special thanks to Erich for sharing his story. Until next time!


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