Band Booking & How to Promote Your Music
"So You want to Get Band Bookings and Win Every Crowd?"
Why do some bands get band booking after band booking and riotous crowd reactions whenever they play but other bands only rarely get gigs - and even then usually with a lukewarm audience response? Often the answer has nothing to do with the quality of material or playing ability. So what if there was a way you could double, treble or even quadruple the number of gigs you get a month and guarantee the crowd going wild every band booking you play? How good would that feel coming offstage, and what could that do for your band's reputation?
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Proven Band Booking & How to Promote Your Music Tips
There's a lot of competition for every band booking. It seems like every act's got a band website, Facebook and myspace presence, and the better ones use booking agents for bands or band management. How can you compete with this to get gigs?
Inside here you'll find band booking tips which are proven for semi-pro and amateur acts in over 15 countries. There are free articles about how to get band bookings ,you can check out the Band Booking Blog and sign up for the free newsletter (at the top of this page) for more regular help.
Band Booking Success through Playing Great shows
Not every band are natural performers. Sometimes you're faced with a crowd you really need to win over to make sure you get asked back by the venue. Here too you'll find ideas for how play an unforgettable band booking - every time. This is how you can ensure you add more people to fan base every time you play.
You may be completely new to the idea of playing a band booking. If you think now's the time to to dust off the axe you invested all that money in and finally make it earn it's keep with that first gig, you'll also find ideas here to get you started. How to go about winning that elusive first band booking- and then keep on getting gigs as often as you want
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This site is maintained by Gareth Bird, a regular performer at the Hard Rock Cafe. He has written about getting and playing band bookings as a semi-pro for Bass Guitar Magazine, Reverb and Total Guitar Magazine. Gareth has his own Marketing Business advising a number of companies and is author of "Gig-Getter: How to get more gigs than you can play" and "Rouse the Crowd: How to Interact with audiences for gigs they can't forget".
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