Bandwagon Network Radio for indie music kicks off fundraiser

Bandwagon Network Radio
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America is on the cusp of an indie arts movement, and one part of that movement is indie radio. Independent musicians looking for an outlet who will air their music should take a look at Bandwagon Network Radio. The network has kicked off a fundraiser in hopes of meeting revenue needs for 2017. 

The network is still young, but it has amassed quite a collection quickly. According to the Bandwagon Network Radio website, the station can offer selections from more than 6,000 titles submitted by indie artists in different genres.

You can listen for free, and what you will hear overall meets the quality of what we hear from corporate radio stations who offer little opportunity for new artists who aren’t aligned with a corporate record label.

Broadcasting from a studio in Ash Grove, Missouri, the station is family owned and operated. Music streams 24/7 every day of the year. Access the player and the network at the BNR website.

As US culture continues to evolve, the indie arts movement gives patrons and consumers a whole new world of options.

On the Go Fund Me page, BNR lists exactly where funds will go, including fees for broadcasting, and equipment.

Indie musicians can submit their work, and the station provides simple instructions on how to do that on the website linked above.

Among the musicians whose work has been played frequently are The Crazy Daysies.

BNR also posts updates and news on Facebook and on Twitter (@TBWNRadio.)

(Filed by KD;12/14/16)

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