From the Wires
Rock Band Takes the Music Industry Into Their Own Hands
Is This the Future for the Music Industry?
By: PR Newswire
Nov. 18, 2008 11:00 AM
"Record labels are signing more performance packages than creative acts, but we're not letting that stop us. All we need are the funds to get started," says Gabrione. "Thanks to the Internet, the music scene has evolved from large commercial conglomerations that did everything a band needed, to small specialized and independent companies that each help with specific aspects of a band's career. Each of these companies, from radio promoters to distributors, tour managers to public relations firms, can be easily found on the web and each are hungry for bands that can afford their services. By securing the necessary investments, we can do everything ourselves that a record label would have normally done for us."
Under Ten Year Vamp's plan, shareholders will receive shares of the CD sales, as well as the chance to vote on many band decisions as the album is being created. This plan also benefits the band in that they also receive their share of the sales ... not only for the money they have also invested, but also for their time and hard work. This plan is very fair towards the band, unlike many of the contracts record labels are notorious for, where the bands are always the last ones to ever see payment for their work.
Ten Year Vamp has been performing for over 5 years throughout the
Northeastern U.S. They have opened for such national acts as Lifehouse, Gin
Blossoms, Fuel, Finger Eleven,
Ten Year Vamp is currently looking for a producer and sponsors for their
album project and are performing regularly in
Please see www.tenyearvamp.com for show dates and more information about the Album Project. Contact: Mark Rose Ten Year Vamp 7309 Oak Hill Circle Rensselaer NY 12144 Cell: 518-369-8510 email@example.com
SOURCE Ten Year Vamp
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