You have signed up with a reliable music distribution agency, have been selling songs online, and have gotten a supportive fan base. Want to go on tour? Perform live gigs in clubs, bars, and if possible, concert arenas? If it’s a yes to all, start booking for your tour.
Other independent artists are making a killer living online selling their music and merchandise and so should you. Independent music promotion on your website will be best achieved if all the right information is displayed. You online music promotion success depends on it.
Set aside some cash for professional music promoters as you need an experienced pro to find your way around the music industry. Remember cheap is expensive, so don’t be stingy instead invest in quality.
Make your brand name, use a name or label that will catch your fans as well as sell your music. Be creative and original; choose a decent and meaningful name that won’t create controversies about your personality or character.
NY Rock Music Examiner: Your appearance at Ridgefield Playhouse and BB Kings are your only NY-CT dates. Is this tour only of the Northeast or were there other shows before that?
E.B.:In a nut shell, air travel is the worst part about touring. It’s changed a lot since I first started. Let me correct you though, for these particular shows, I will be using a different drummer, Jim Christie, since our usual drummer Brannen isn’t able to make it out.
Is this the new way to take your music forward? Only time will tell but with the business statement that they want to ‘help bands and artists realise their vision and make a living from their music’, maybe it is.