Popular Radio Station Invites Music Submissions, Music Promotion has just Gotten Simpler as all Genre of Indie Musicians are Encouraged to Participate

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As mainstream radio decides to play the same 30 to 40 songs all day. An all Indie music station opens its door to musicians of all genres to get their music heard by starving music fans. Working on building the largest playlist in commercial radio KYHY takes the lead as the "first stop" in band music promotion.

Look it up on any search engine “How to promote my music” and there are hundreds of links to books, CD’s DVDs and text based web pages ripe with antiquated information. Websites have no expiration date, but music marketing tactics do. Radio & music industry insiders put together hyper effective marketing programs that even a modest budget can endure. Simplified tactics help emerging artists to widen fan bases, develop popularity and get fans to do most of the heavy lifting with little effort.

The Indie music powerhouse KYHY moves ahead in its third year of broadcasting new and unsigned artists music. Unlike common FM stations around the country KYHY plays music of all styles genres and types. From Hip hop, Metal, Jazz and every musical genre in between Alternative & Zydeco. No mainstream music is played on KYHY, music fans tune in to hear new music and look forward to New Music Mondays and Tune Tuesdays where new submissions are rolled out for thousands of music fans. How do you get your music added to their rotation? - Visit their website and fill out the submission form. 925kyhy(dot)com

Music Promotion – Dedicated to the promotion of independent music the promotions team of Better Band Promotion dot com offer a 2 hour online conference followed by a 1 hour Q&A session. The class explains a new technique in demo creation that makes your music demo actively promote your band instead of just playing your music.

Music demos today have to evolve into informative media presentations that are cost effective and grab attention in order to be effective. Many bands already posses a demo that only need slight modifications that can done on home computers.

For as little as $100 music artists can get an expert to do a one on one with their band. Classes are available live online 24 hours a day or in person and are scheduled at the bands convenience. There is a streaming demo of the class on their website.

Classes start May 9th visit their website for more information betterbandpromotion(dot)com


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