Gigmaven: A New Way For Musicians And Venues To Book Gigs Online

Gigmaven: A New Way For Musicians And Venues To Book Gigs Online
technology

A new online music events service is helping artists get more work.

Courtney Boyd Myers
  • 26 august 2010

The music industry is catching up to the digital era. There are a slew of music industry-friendly websites out there helping bands join the 2.0 world (even if its with vintage leather jackets, greasy hair and unplugged guitars). To name a few, MySpace.com is still the go-to home website for many up-and-coming bands,  CD Baby, an online distributor of indie music and FanBridge, which helps bands manage e-mail lists and fans.

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