Indie musicians are dear to me for more than one reason, and a big one is the fact my daughters earn a living writing, composing, and performing their original works. There are many websites offering to help indie musicians, and a number of those are predatory. Some sites talk a lot but do a little.
One site that stands out for doing a whole lot more than just talking is Indie Music Bus.
Continue reading “Indie Music Bus: One site doing more than just talking”
BWNR logo used with permission
Before the Web came of age, a publisher or broadcaster could usually keep things going without spending a small fortune.
As large corporations began to control the Web, things changed. A big change came in 2015 when a little known entity named the Copyright Royalty Board let the Small Webcasters Act of 2008 expire. Why does this matter to indie musicians and to broadcasters like Bandwagon Network Radio?
Continue reading “Bandwagon Network Radio faces challenges of surviving big biz control of Web”
Image/snip from Bandwagon Network Radio
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.
Continue reading “Bandwagon Network Radio for indie music kicks off fundraiser”