Indie Contact Newsletter: 43 Places to Promote Your Music – January 2010

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Table of Contents
1. Introduction
2. Publications that will Review Your CD
3. Radio Shows that will Play Your Songs
4. Labels/Vendors/Services that will Help You to Sell Your Music
5. Sites Where You Can Upload Your Band’s MP3s or Videos
6. Helpful Music Resources for Your Band
7. Article: “
How to Turn Your Gigs Into Major Media Events

by Jeri Goldstein

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2. Introduction
Welcome to the January Indie Contact Newsletter.

In this month’s article, touring guru, Jeri Goldstein,
presents some excellent ideas on how to create a
greater impact with your live shows. Jeri’s tips
include how to bring the media’s attention to your
live performances.
Jeri is starting up a new online course in February
called Booking & Touring Success Strategies. For
more information, visit the Resources – Education
section in the online portion of this newsletter.

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As is the case every month, there is a large group of new
contacts that can help you to gain more exposure for your
music. So dig in and enjoy the January edition of the Indie
Contact Newsletter!

David Wimble
Editor, The Indie Contact Newsletter

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