Booking & Touring

Sell More Concert Tickets & Reach New Fans With Bandsintown

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. You’re on tour, and you get an angry email or text from Jessica, a fan in the last city you played. Turns out, even though you emailed her (and all of your list), you Tweeted about the concert, and you set up a Facebook event, she catch […]Read More »

Touring Advice From Raul Bianchi of The Expendables

BATHROOM BUSINESS ON THE ROAD I always need a few days after a long tour to decompress, and rediscover all the wonderful things about home that I’ve been missing for the last two months.  Going from a bunk in a bus that would be comfortable for a tween, back to a queen size bed is […]Read More »

Even MORE Tips for Staying Healthy on Tour

Staying healthy on tour means far more than avoiding alcohol poisoning. Eating well, exercising and avoiding stresses on your body that will lower your immune system are all crucial to not canceling shows. Singers on tour risk colds that could potentially damage vocal cords, and equally important is the idea of avoiding vocal fatigue with […]Read More »

See a VW MicroBus Cut in Half!

Is there any more iconic tour vehicle than the VW Bus? If you’ve never sawed one in half (which we fully recommend you do, at least once in your life), here’s your chance to see a cross-section of the famed road warrior and all its interesting features. The VW Bus has been the go-to choice […]Read More »

How to Book House Concerts & Supercharge Tour Revenue

A DIY Guide to Booking Living Room Shows and Creating Superfans I’m a singer/songwriter from Los Angeles, and on my summer tour last year I made $25,000 in two months without stepping foot in a bar, club, theater, fair or festival. This summer, I’m on a 60-show North American tour, and every show is taking […]Read More »

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