From the Publisher
One of two thoughts may have crossed your mind as you are left standing out in the cold. The first is who does he or she think they are? I’m by far better looking then that one.” Or you may have thought; “Now it must be awesome to be that promoter.” If you’re stuck on the first thought, you have more issues then this article can cover.
I’ve been a club promoter for over 4 years now. I don’t promote at any one club. Why limit yourself? If you promote for one club, you are basically their employee. I’m going to show you how to work your own hours, have fun and for the most part determine your own income.
Reviews from the original Article: How to Promote a Club or Band in Your Town.
Excellent! great article...I have a great full-time job so I don't need to promote full-time but since I am a partier & I want to offer quality events to my guest why not make money from it & so my research started here & I'm glad I came a cross this article. - Pat
Thanks for the info. I have been doing a few show myself, but it is great to get fresh ideas. Check out my events. www.myspace.com/bernadin_production
this is some great info - it really helped me a lot starting off -Mike, Corrupted and Twisted Productions , head of promotions
Thank you for your advice Tony, I recently got into club promoting myself, and as you mentioned there's not many people out there willing to share how easy this job could be. However, after reading your article, I now have a better idea about how to approach this business. Thanks for your time. Steve NYRoyalClub.com