Marc Freccero: Nomadic DJ

//Marc Freccero: Nomadic DJ

Marc Freccero: Nomadic DJ

DJ/music producer and entrepreneur Marc Freccero spent 10 months visiting 10 major cities in the U.S. and produced a song about each city that was his personal reflection of that city’s ambience, culture, musical influence, and vibe. Not only that, he did the whole journey on a lean budget and while living out of his van. Stay tuned to the end to hear a clip from “GPS,” the bonus track Marc created once the trip was over.

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In This Episode

  • How he got into DJing
  • Quitting his job after two months
  • Traveling to 10 cities in 10 months
  • How and why he lived out of his van
  • Staying healthy on the road
  • Connecting with people in different cities
  • His top hacks for living out of a van and traveling non-stop
  • His favorite ways to save money
  • And so much more


So how does Marc actually support his lifestyle? In this bonus mp3, Marc shares details on how he makes money and provides tips for others about Google Ads, affiliate marketing, YouTube, temp jobs and gigs while traveling, focus groups, and more. If you’re looking for creative ways to make money on the road or expand your income streams, be sure to check this out.

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Most Memorable Location-Independent Experiences

The whole experience of traveling last year for The Light Nearby Project. It was an incredible experience putting everything I had into one project, and it was amazing to see all different areas of the country.


Resources We Talked About

Marc’s Links

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