Booking gigs is absolutely necessary if you want to grow your fan base. Smaller venues, coffee shops, local clubs, beach clubs and even private parties – all are good for landing new fans.

But what if you could book a gig that gave you massive exposure at one fell swoop? What if you could sell 40 CDs at one show instead of maybe 2?

Booking a one-time show is not the end all be all.

The more high exposure shows you book and perform the better.

In my recent article on Disc Makers blog I cover how to book gigs that give you massive exposure.

Even before you start a GigCampaign to get the gig, remember, being prepared is a must. Be ready and start booking some high exposure gigs now.

PS. There is a special bonus at the end of the article that you can download. I put together a checklist for booking high exposure gigs, including my favorite email follow-up template. This is the checklist I used to book gigs with big names like Kenny Wayne Shepherd.

Here’s a link to the article:  http://blog.discmakers.com/2017/10/how-to-book-high-exposure-music-gigs-as-an-independent-artist/

 

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Craig Kelley

About Craig Kelley

Craig helps upcoming artists book more gigs @ GigFaster. He recently released my 7th album, Not So Blue. His band has supported Grammy artists including Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Rick Derringer, Gary Hoey, Joan Jett, Fuel and many more. http://craigkelley.com