Sometimes being in a band isn't easy. A lot of questions can come up over the course of your musical career—how do you book a show when you don't have a good draw because you've never really played a show before? What kind of info should you (and should you not) include in a press kit? How do you set up publishing for your songs? It's not always easy to know where to go to get good advice.

Well Questionland is here to help! We've put together an expert panel of members of the local music industry to answer any questions you might have. We have everyone from bookers to writers to record label and recording studio employees. We even have an entertainment lawyer who's worked with musicians, clubs, bars, and more. Just take a look at this panel of smarties:

Eli Anderson, the Crocodile booker
Ben London, Executive Director of the Recording Academy Pacific Northwest Chapter
Nicolas Heliotis, Hardly Art Records (home of the Moondoggies, Unnatural Helpers, the Dutchess & the Duke, and more)
Jake London, entertainment lawyer*
Vincent Gates, producer at Commontone Studio
Eric Grandy and Dave Segal, The Stranger

(We'll hopefully be adding a few more folks over the next couple days, but that's a hell of a start, right?)

So if you're making music in this city and you need a little help making sense of ins and outs of the music industry, head over to Questionland and ask the music panel your question now!

*FYI: Jake London's advice is for informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute legal advice or give rise to an attorney-client relationship.