Manchester, UK (PRWEB) October 23, 2013
For any semi-pro or amateur musician struggling with problems like “How to promote your music?” or “How to get your music heard?” when you don’t have time to sit at the PC to learn - help is now at hand.
The classic band booking guide which has helped musicians and artists in over 16 countries around the world learn how to get gigs - is now newly available at the four largest ebook retailers worldwide.
Gig-Getter: How to Get More Gigs than You Can Play, described by Future Publishing’s Total Guitar Magazine as “Top Gig-Getting tips” and a method to ensure “You’ll be playing more shows in no time,” has had distribution extended into Apple’s iTunes, Amazon for Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook Books and Kobo Books.
Author, Bass Guitar Magazine contributor, weekend warrior and marketing consultant Gareth Bird, says:
“Up until this point, the Gig-Getter ebook has been largely available for download via gig-getter.com. We’ve been continually contacted by frustrated musicians wanting to buy the ebook from their favourite or usual retailer for their own particular device. So now they can get it for iPad, Kindle, Android and virtually every other device at over 200 ebook retailers across the globe.”
The book is available for Kindle via Amazon in over 100+ countries, Apple now in 50+ countries, Barnes & Noble in the US and Kobo – including their retailers FNAC in France, Angus & Robertson in Australia, Chapters/Indigo in Canada. Gig-Getter can also now be found at Google Play and via Gardner’s which includes more than 60 retailers including Tesco, Hive, and Kalahari.
”For many bands and artists, solving the problem of how to promote your music successfully starts with knowing how to get gigs. If you can’t get gigs, you’ll always struggle to get your music heard,” adds Bird.
With his proven system now available for most mobiles and tablets and from so many ebook retailers, semi-pro and amateur bands and acts can learn what they need no matter where they might be.
For additional information on Gig-Getter, contact Gareth Bird or visit http://www.gig-getter.com.
About GBA Publishing:
GBA is a publisher of "How to" manuals and E-books for amateur and semi-pro musicians. Author & Director Gareth Bird is an active semi-pro musician who gigs regularly at venues like the Hard Rock Cafe He has his own Sales & Marketing business advising a number of leading European companies and is the author of Gig-Getter: How to get more Gigs than you can play and Rouse the Crowd: How to Interact with audiences for Gigs they Can’t Forget.