The Introvert Musician

Learn How To Overcome Social Anxiety And Rule The Stage

With a 5 question Assessment you can begin taking back your freedom & be the person you want to be on stage.

Click The button below to stop being pushed around by your own anxiety.

Do You?

Spend an inordinate amount of time at home wishing you were on stage performing?

Get to the gig, get on stage, hands sweating so much you can barely hold your guitar?

Spend the gig hiding behind it for dear life like a shield from all those people you know in your head want to point and laugh at you?

Does It feel like every minute is another one closer to the audience discovering you’re a fraud & they’re just waiting for you to slip up so they can stone you and laugh your corpse out of town?

This is what social anxiety feels like when you’re a musician.

I’ve been a performer for 20 years and carried this baggage with me the entire time. It wasn’t until a few years ago that I realized how much it was holding me back. I was tired of going nowhere with my performing career  & ready to call it quits yet again.

3 years later I’m closing my bookings up a year in advance.

How did I get from calling it quits again to getting what I want out of my career in music?

 

I’ve got a secret. It’s a numbers game. A ratio of good to bad experiences that you’re making worse like i did.

It’s been  years of hard lessons and backpedaling but I managed to pick up what I needed, to get out booking all I want and be the front-man I know I can. I’d like to help you with that.

 

 

The button below leads to a quick assessment on where you’re journey is starting from. Knowing where you are is the first step in helping build yourself into a confident performer. I’d love to help you save the years I spent on these hard won lessons.

Nicky P

Nicky P has been performing in front of audiences since he was 14 to varying degrees of success in practically every genre imaginable. He has struggled with depression & social anxiety all 20 of those years. He is now a husband, father and performer in Cleveland, Ohio.

He releases original music under many names and has a steady income performing with various cover acts in the Cleveland market.

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