For college-educated musicians, student debt is more than a burden — it’s a career life sentence
|01/31/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Musicians who take out student loans to pay for a college education often struggle to find a financially feasible way to follow their passion.
- In addition to student debt, the high costs associated with being a musician prohibit many from pursuing a full-time career in music.
- One artist we spoke to, Nashville musician Rayland Baxter, told us about the challenges of making $600 monthly loan payments while pursuing a career in music.
Nashville musician Rayland Baxter, 35, wasn’t supposed to have student debt.
In 2002, he went to Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore on a full-ride scholarship read more >>>