Welcome to the first edition of the revamped IndieMusicClub.com e-newsletter! If you previously subscribed to the “Grow Your Band’s Audience Tips & News??? e-zine, you’ll be receiving this from now on. It’s an opportunity to continue to serve our audience of emerging independent artists, while adding content to serve intermediate and experienced musicians, as well.IndieMusicClub.com is our chance to expand the scope of the work we started with the publication of “Grow Your Band’s Audience.??? It’s our goal to give you tools and information to start your music career, grow an audience that supports you, and develop the skills to survive and grow in the new music environment. That’s why we’re going to focus on five specific areas:* Grow Your Band’s Audience* Build Your Band’s Site* Get Your First Gig* Host Your Own Concerts* Start Your Own Street TeamWe’ll add new links, articles and features just about every weekday, and we’ll send you this bulletin of interesting links every Tuesday. In addition to tracking these topics, we’ll offer you the opportunity to participate in free conference calls to discuss these topics with us, with our special guests, and with other members of our community. (Our first call is on Thursday, April 17th – see below to sign up!)We’ve also launched a web directory for you to post your own bands and projects, and to learn more about the other folks in our community. Please stop by and add your listing today!Over the next few weeks, we’ll save some juicy announcements and specials exclusively for this newsletter. Stay tuned for exciting announcements about free classes, book releases and special discounts. And feel free to contact me anytime with your comments and suggestions – I want this newsletter and ALL of our projects to be highly valuable to you.Sincerely,Joe Taylor Jr.EditorIndieMusicClub.com0
About Joe Taylor Jr.
Joe Taylor Jr. has worked with professional musicians for over fifteen years. As the author of "Grow Your Band's Audience" and three other books for working musicians, he helps artists grow audiences that support them without the help of managers, labels, or industry insiders.