MusicFreedom.com Offers an Alternative to Independent Bands

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J.C. Chasez from the musical group *NSync, Bill Marquez CEO of the internet search portal Netster.com together with famed producer Alex Greggs today launched an Internet music portal allowing independent artists and bands to sell their musical compositions directly to the buying public.

J.C. Chasez from the musical group *NSync, Bill Marquez CEO of the internet search portal Netster.com together with famed producer Alex Greggs today launched an internet music portal allowing independent artists and bands to sell their musical compositions directly to the buying public.

With the proliferation of home recording studios, musicians today are producing radio quality musical compositions, however, with in store record sales plummeting record labels are more skittish then ever to sign on new acts. Record labels today will only sign on new acts if the act already has a large following and fan base, or demonstrable sales. This leaves even popular alternative rock bands such as Los Angeles based “Manic Mind” in a catch 22.

Enter Musicfreedom.com, which allows acts to upload their musical compositions free of charge on the portal and sell it directly to the buying public. Fans can search this database by the name of the artist or song name. Other users visiting the site can search by Musical Style, Mood or a by means of a “Sound Like” feature.

Alex Greggs who has produced acts such as *Nsync, Ricky Martin, M.I.A., Quad City D.J's and Duran Duran among others, and who's work all in all has sold over 50 million units says that this new service allows new acts to get immediate feedback from the buying public while at the same time generate revenues for their hard work and talent. The buying public can sample, vote on and buy cutting edge new music with just one click of the mouse.

Fore more information and complete press kit, please contact Bill Marquez at 1-(407) 461-0857 or via e-mail at bill@musicfreedom.com

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