Indie artists put Nashville on music map; can you do that for your city?

Fisk Jubilee Singers circa 1870s. Photo from Tennessee State Library File via Wikipedia.
Fisk Jubilee Singers circa 1870s. Photo from Tennessee State Library File via Wikipedia.

Can an indie artist put his or her community on the music map? Consider Nashville.

Without music arising organically in response to needs of a community, Nashville wouldn’t be “Music City.”  Continue reading “Indie artists put Nashville on music map; can you do that for your city?”

Indie artists in Florida may celebrate results of Yelp study

Jax Seawalk Pavilion
Festivals and special events in Jacksonville and other Florida cities are a blessing to indie artists. (Seawalk Pavilion opener/Day on the Day)

If you’ve ever looked for reviews of businesses, chances are you’ve come across Yelp, a website enabling the public to post reviews. It’s a popular site, and naturally a great deal of data can be mined from those reviews.

That’s probably one reason Yelp now publishes a report titled “Yelp Economic Outlook.” Results of this year’s report may lead indie artists to celebrate if they live in the Sunshine State.  Continue reading “Indie artists in Florida may celebrate results of Yelp study”