We're about helping artists really manage their business, and helping music fans find new music quickly.
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 10, 2007
The social networking scene has grown quickly over the last several years in large part due to the independent music scene, where artists use social networks like Myspace to connect directly to fans. More recently, social networks have been taken seriously as a business tool, partly due to the success of sites like LikedIn. Now, a new online music community, NewJuke Press Release Newswire, combines the best of both worlds for the music industry, making serious business possible for bands from marketing to selling to booking shows.
"NewJuke caters to three primary audiences in the music industry: musicians, their fans and music venues," says Vic Biancardi, founder of NewJuke.com. "We go beyond letting bands upload their music. We let them choose their own prices whether they want to offer their songs for free or charge up to ninety-nine cents, and we can help them sell their music. We also connect them to their fans, giving them a targeted marketing tool. Venues also have the ability to set up profiles to promote themselves, and our main business networking function between them and artists is the platform we provide allowing them to find and book artists directly for their shows."
Although new, NewJuke already serves over 200 bands and artists and several music venues. Fan, artist and venue membership options are all free, and fans have the ability to create their own online jukebox, where they can highlight their favorite music from NewJuke artists.
"We're about more than just social networking for bands," says Biancardi. "We're about helping artists really manage their business, and helping music fans find new music quickly."
NewJuke.com is an online music community, launched in May 2007 by Vic Biancardi. The site caters to musicians, fans, and music venues, allowing bands and artists to promote their music, enabling fans to download free and inexpensive tracks from their favorite artists, and making it possible for venues to hire musicians by networking through the site. Artists are also able to use the site to arrange multi-artist shows and events, venues can create profiles for promotion, and fans have access to a personal online jukebox to save their favorite songs.
For more information about the NewJuke community, please visit http://www.NewJuke.com , or contact Vic Biancardi at 631-379-1042.