Top gig-getting tips…you'll be playing more shows in no time
Manchester, UK (PRWEB) July 1, 2009
Author, weekend warrior and marketing consultant Gareth Bird is now offering some extra special gigging help to semi-pro and amateur musicians.
From now until the end of July, two instantly downloadable E-books about finding gigs and getting great crowd reactions playing live are available together at a special reduced price.
Gig-Getter: How to Get more Gigs than You can Play, the author's first gigging E-book, http://www.gig-getter.com/gigsEbook.htm
has already helped bands and solo artists in more than 15 countries across the world to get gigs without an agent, manager or even a website.
Future Publishing's Total Guitar Magazine said of Gig-Getter:
"Top gig-getting tips…you'll be playing more shows in no time"
The newly published Rouse the Crowd: How to Interact with Audiences for Gigs they Can't Forget, http://www.gig-getter.com/rousethecrowdEbook.htm shows bands and solo artists how get the most from all the gigs they book for themselves.
"I wanted to write something which would show even the shyest, most introverted performers how to connect with their gig crowds as soon as they get up on stage" says Bird
"Finances are tight for a lot of musicians at the moment. So the special price on both gigging guides together lets more musicians get the know-how to book more gigs and go down well enough to get asked back every time " he adds.
Rouse the Crowd & Gig-Getter are available together for a limited period as a special twin purchase from http://www.gig-getter.com
For additional information on Rouse the Crowd or 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 Café. He has his own Sales & Marketing business advising a number of leading European companies and has written about how to Get Gigs for Future Publishing's Total Guitar, as well as Bass Guitar Magazine, Reverb and a number of online publications.
Tel: 0044 (0)1925 757879