The indieguitarists.com web site offers a place where guitarists can promote themselves and their band. Guitarists can list their web site for free to the indieguitarists database. If guitarists don’t have a web site they can sign up for an indieguitarists.com web page so they can be added to the database. The database is divided by gender and music categories where web sites are listed.
Guitarists are encouraged to promote themselves and their band by submitting articles for publication on the indieguitarists article and new pages. “A lot of time and money could be invested towards promoting a band but if the band breaks up there goes the promo along with the old web site. Guitarists now have a place to promote themselves and their band”, says founder Monica Yonge. Indieguitarists.com is dedicated to promoting guitar players, it publishes two
spotlight guitarists, and two interviews each month. Indieguitarists.com has recently interviewed guitarists Tony “Wild T” Springer and David Gogo. Look for these guitarists on indieguitarsits.com in the month’s of April and May.
Indieguitarists.com is dedicated to promoting
independent guitar and bass players that are not
currently signed with any of the major record
companies. The web site offers a database of indie
guitarists, promotion, interviews, spotlights,
articles and news. Musicians, fans and industry
people can use the web site as a resource or a
promotional tool. Do-it-yourself promotion is
encouraged by offering a place where guitarists can submit articles or news about themselves and their band. Indieguitarists.com publishes two monthly spotlight guitarists and two monthly interviews of female and male guitarists.