She may live in L.A., but gilli moon is an outback girl. Raised in rural Australia, she’s got an ethos of self-reliance that was forged in her parents’ solar-powered house at the edge of the bush, and that pioneering spirit has served her just as well in the wilds of Hollywood. Since settling in America in 1997, this Renaissance woman has launched a spirited assault on the corporate entertainment industry and carved a multi-faceted niche for herself that defies categorization. “I’m the leader of my vision,” she declares—and she’s got a record label, a successful recording and performing career, a how-to book for independent artists, and a growing contingent of fans to prove it. Read the interview
"Artists: Making Their Own Breaks": Sept. 26 - Oct. 3, 2005 issue - When Singer Gilli Moon moved from Sydney to Los Angeles 10 years ago, she flung herself into meeting record-industry execs, arranging gigs and scraping together a living....For artists like Gilli Moon, penning pensive ballads in her living room using nothing more than high-tech tools and good business sense, they also represent a viable path to success." Read the article
gilli moon is interviewed in Music Connection
Get A Grip On Your Finances! We've got expert advice that's right on the money.
If you’re like most artists, handling money is a less than pleasant task. Your recent tax return experience may have driven that home. Well, to help you get your finances in order –– whether it’s reorganizing your band members’ tax status or handling a sudden royalty check –– this article gives advice that is crucial to all musicians. By Bernard Baur
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Catch the Music Connection magazine article "SUCCEEDING WITHOUT A LABEL" on the stands now in Los Angeles and online: Featuring gilli moon, Aimee Mann, BROTHER, K.K Martin and others. By Bernard Baur "If you want DIY success, you need realistic expectations. “Keeping your goals realistic is essential for all independents,” Moon points out. “If you don’t do that, you’re going to be disappointed.” Moon suggests keeping it real and at a level you can achieve. “Set up small goals on a monthly, quarterly and yearly basis. Then, evaluate the results. If you reached your goals, move on –– if not, figure out why.” Read it
Temperamental Angel Music Video - 2001 featured on Rage and MTV Australia
in the Star Newspapers, Pop Stops, Chicago, week of Jan 8, 2001. Temperamental Angel landed in the top 25 albums at number 9, among others such as No Doubt, Matchboxtwenty, Nina Gordon and Greenday.