THE BUZZ

October 18th, 2010

Reverbnation Helping New Artists Rise

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Many individuals looking for their big break in the entertainment industry, have began to use other online outlets to showcase their talent to the masses.
For artists, independent record labels, new club venues, the following sites can enhance their visibility and popularity at little to no cost.

Reverbnation

Reverbnation.com is the premiere website to for all people involved in the  music scene. The site caters to over 500,000 artists, managers, record labels and venues to create more business visibility throughout the Internet.

Utilizing Reverbnation.com is really a win-win situation for artists, fans and venues.

As an artist, you can upload your music and create a marketing campaign that will increase your fan base. For the music lover, you can listen to a variety of artists and hopefully find one that satisfies your musical appetite. Venues can promote their upcoming events or search for a an artist or group to headline shows for future events.

No matter who you are or how you choose to use Reverbnation.com, you are guaranteed to be introduced to more people and music than you would if you didn’t use this site.

Sonicbids

Tired of pounding the pavement to get your next gig? Tired of those long waits to see a club manager only to find out he isn’t at the venue? Well hang up your walking shoes and make a dash to Sonicbids.com. While Reverbnation.com focuses on your marketing, Sonicbids.com focuses on the getting you the gigs and the tools you need to be successful.

The site works with promoters and bands to find the perfect gig without all the legwork. Sonicbids helps bands and artists create an electronic press kit or EPK to distribute to promoters to make the selection process that much easier.

With over 71,000 gigs being booked through Sonicbids last year, there is certainly a grand opportunity for you to get noticed.

Both Reverbnation and Sonicbids offer independent artists a plethora of opportunities to get off their local soapboxes and stand in the presence of greatness. As technology changes, let there be no misconception that without the use of it, your job will only be that much harder and less impacting.


About the Author

Lynn McFail
Lynn was born and bred in Arlington, Virginia which is five minutes outside of the Nation’s Capital. Much like the artists she writes about, 22 year old Lynn McFail is also On the Rise.




 
 

 
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