My Band, the #1 Facebook App for Bands, Gets Better!

It isn’t easy to create a great looking Band Profile on Facebook, but it is important.  With over 30% of the entire internet population logging into Facebook everyday, Artists can’t afford to have anything less than a great page.

That’s why we’ve redesigned our free ‘My Band’ Facebook app with a sleek new layout and even more powerful promotional features (most of which were suggestions from the 2.3 million+ My Band users). Simply put, the My Band app has been optimized to get more fans listening to your music, joining your mailing list, and going to your shows. Make sure to check out the video tour at the end of the blog post.

Don’t have the My Band app? Add it to your Facebook profile or band page now.

Already using My Band? Make sure you add your new custom banner.

Check out the new layout and features below!

Setting up your ‘My Band’ tab on your personal page or fan page is free and easy.  My Band is integrated with your existing ReverbNation account, making setup as simple as providing your Reverb login.  You don’t have to re-enter your data or re-upload your content to yet another website – it will show up automatically.   And My Band will continue to sync with your Reverb account automatically, so no further maintenance is required.

The new layout includes a large custom banner at the top of the page so you can be more creative with the look, and tailor it to your band’s image. The banner is also linkable so you can use it to promote your band, like an upcoming tour or a new album release.  Just like the entire My Band app, our custom banner comes free of charge, and you can change it anytime you want based on what you are promoting.

Fans are encouraged to join your mailing list and to share your content, each with just one click.

The enhanced music player lets fans listen to all the songs in your ReverbNation profile.  Fans can also view your lyrics, share specific songs on Facebook, or embed your music widgets onto other social sites or blogs.  One of the most powerful features of My Band is the ability to allow fans to download a song in exchange for joining your mailing list.  We call that a ‘fan-exclusive’ song, and Artists who use this feature grow their mailing lists up to 600% faster.  Next to the music player, your Reverb Store is directly integrated with the My Band app, allowing you to sell directly to fans who can buy and checkout without ever leaving Facebook. Don’t have an official store yet?  Make sure you sign up for the free Reverb Store!

The layout also includes enhanced photo and video galleries with larger images and seamless navigation, making the My Band page more interactive than before. Fans can now access video content of music videos, live performances, and more.

My Band also helps you promote your shows with a comprehensive tour map, show details, ticket links, and sharing function.  With My Band, Artists can recommend other Artists for their fans to check out.  Finally, My Band displays your aggregate friend/fan count total by adding together your facebook fans, MySpace friends, Reverb fans, and your mailing list.

“We are extremely excited about the new redesign to an application we were already so proud of,” says Ferol Vernon, Director of Product Development at ReverbNation. “Facebook is an important site for music promotion and we want our artists to be equipped with the best tools possible. These new features will help our artists be more efficient and successful with their promotional efforts.”

Learn more about the new My Band from the video below:

My Band from ReverbNationBlog on Vimeo.

Don’t have the My Band app? Add it to your Facebook profile or band page now.

Already using My Band? Make sure you add your new custom banner.

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  • t - July 13, 2010 reply


    Anyone know who is at Waterfest this year?


  • Reverb Nation’s My Band App Gets Way Better! : - July 13, 2010 reply

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  • RP - July 14, 2010 reply

    I have 2 bands on Reverbnation. Why can’t i add 2 My Band tabs on Facebook?

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  • - July 15, 2010 reply

    This is SICK!

  • Amanda - July 16, 2010 reply

    This is really cool, you should do something like this but for portfolios so artists can put their work on a tab.

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  • Long Hair In Three Stages - July 16, 2010 reply

    We were just wondering HOW to find a valid substitute for myspace now that Facebook is the only thing around, and given the absolute inability of Facebook to open to serious music apps (I mean, Reverbnation IS serious, and in fact Facebook just cut away your player from our band’s page). I hope this will work (and will last), and I wish you the enormous success you deserve, we always believed in you and you definitely ‘got it’.
    Long Hair In Three Stages

  • DIMYSTRO - July 16, 2010 reply

    I am just loving reverbnation!! Has almost everything I need :) More than the other services I’ve used. Keep it up.

  • The One and Only Legend - July 21, 2010 reply

    Man this App is Crazy Hot!!! We are getting more exposure than ever Thanks ReverbNation keep putting us up on game!!

  • Michael j. Climaxx - July 30, 2010 reply

    You’re bored. Tired of what you do. You’re not even close to where you hoped your business would be by now. You feel like you’re losing ground and don’t know how to get energized and ready for the next round.

    It happens to nearly everyone. Even though we know it takes most people two to four years to get a business off the ground and making money, we somehow believe we will be the exception to the rule. Or we just forget how long two to four years actually is. It doesn’t help that every time we turn on the news, echoes of the declining economy ring in our ears.

    Plenty of people are thriving, even in this economy, and you can, too. More important, you can regain your passion for what you do. Follow some of these suggestions to boost your flagging enthusiasm:

    1.Become an industry insider. Take the next step to becoming savvier about what’s going on in your field. Buy a subscription to that industry magazine you considered a luxury. Become a presenter or simply attend a conference you’ve always wanted to go to. You can always become more involved, whether it’s helping at a local event, writing articles for publication or lobbying for a cause your industry cares about.

    2.Sharpen your skills. You may be good at what you do. But someone else in your field knows more than you do, has more skills than you do or has that extra edge. Nothing chases away a slump faster than learning something new. Government agencies, businesses and schools all offer tons of e-learning opportunities at low cost. Look for training sessions at local universities or interest groups.

    3.Find a mentor. One of the best ways to insulate yourself against business failure is to find and work with a mentor, someone with business experience who can guide and assist you. One place to begin is, a free website with a database of mentors and apprentices–a safe community where people can find support for achieving their desires. Find the right people to give you advice at the right stages in your career, be it one person or 20. Nothing is better than having a go-to person with whom to discuss your business ideas and concerns.

    4.Grow your network. You know you need a professional network of people to help you open doors, get you in someone’s office or help you close a deal. But there are other advantages, too. When you find the right group of people and you click, it can be fun. Group events, socializing one-on-one and even commiserating about similar situations and feelings can remind you that you aren’t alone and that a new day is just around the corner.

    5.Dealing with naysayers. Most of us deal with some clients or customers we can’t seem to please, no matter what we do. Take their comments in stride and see if what they are saying is honest. If it is, take measures to improve your business. If it’s not, focus on the positive testimonials you have gotten. Remind yourself how many people you are helping. Keep a folder of those positive comments and revisit them often. Better yet, add those testimonials to your website. They’re great for attracting new clients and are a real mood booster when you’re having “one of those days.”

    Check out my music at ( and ( Thanks for your time & attention. It means so much to me

  • Tori Sparks - July 31, 2010 reply

    Lou and RN are always doing great things for artists. Hola from Spain!

  • Dulce Neus - August 11, 2010 reply

    That is going to happen with the Tab of “My Band” now that “Facebook” has decided to change the aspect of the pages, and alone does it leave a width of 520 pixels?

  • Flint - August 14, 2010 reply

    I love this new app it’s getting me alot of exposer.

  • AUDIOMIND - August 31, 2010 reply

    Link is not redirecting correctly. Please advise.

  • Metafortae - September 6, 2010 reply

    Sweet! I’m Updating My Band Page Right Now!

  • HarleyMadd - September 13, 2010 reply

  • Raras astronia - September 25, 2010 reply

    Add Grup Astronia Band please

  • Matt Stonewell - September 28, 2010 reply

    After a lot of comparison between ReverbNation, Nimbit, Music Online Alive and The Bizmo. I have to say, ReverbNation thoroughly rocks in relation to price vs. features. I’m very impressed with all the promo tools available and the integrated website manager. I’m very used to designing my own, custom websites and wordpress blogs. I can safely say, ReverbNation has allowed me to completely streamline my efforts and save TONS of time!! Man does that make me happy! Now I can focus that lost time on music and save money!

  • Charli Hunt - October 7, 2010 reply


    This is a great App with fantastic tools. Kudos to Reverbnation for bringing such a comprehensive and nicely optimized digital experience for ‘creatives’ everywhere!



  • B - October 8, 2010 reply

    is there anyway you can put two band profiles on one facebook page?
    I’m in two bands, and would like to have both profiles appear on my Facebook page.

  • GregMitchell - October 10, 2010 reply

    I can’t get the My Band app link to work properly. Clicking on the link just takes me to my facebook live feed page. I’ve done a search on facebook and still can’t find it.

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  • Sergio David - January 5, 2011 reply

    hi, i’m having troubles with this app, first: although i am the administrator of the site, it doesn’t dislpay the SERGIO DAVID option to set the RN app into my fan-site in FB. So, i configured it from the RN website, but i think that’s not the way it must work… and second: I can’t find the way to set the custom banner at the top of the facebook site now. when i press “add custom banner” it takes me to the account settings page… i’ve been trying this all day… Please could you help me? thanks..!

  • Dave - March 18, 2011 reply

    Did this upgrade make it to where someone who has already signed up on the email list and likes our page be able to stream songs without “logging in” everytime? I know quite a few of our fans have complained about this so I had to disable the “Fan Exclusive” function on my songs. I can see their point, once they have committed to being a Fan and gave up their email they should be entitled to play the music on our player hassle free and be an encouragement to share with their friends. Once the hard parts done it should be “done” Thanks for your time, hope I made my point clearly and that this change does that for the Fans

  • good morning - September 9, 2011 reply

    google i love you

  • Connemara Stone Company - October 1, 2011 reply

    Hallo. As a true believer in Reverbnation, I have been trying to get Facebook users to have a listen to us using the MyBand App. A lot of them complained they had to “Like” us before they could have a listen.
    Point 1: A lot of them don’t bother to listen.
    Point 2: This is not helping to get them to join Reverbnation which is what I want them to do.
    Therefore the main question – Are one of our settings wrong or can I do something about this.
    A quick answer would be appreciated.
    Keith Bailey
    Management Connemara Stone Company

    Neal - October 6, 2011 reply

    @Connemara Stone Company

    Thanks for the comment. Replied to the email you left as well, but will add the reply here too! The requirement to “like” before listen is one you set in the app. It’s in the Fan Boosters section of appearances. You are free to take that off at any time!

    We have a support site here as well:, that may help you out in the future, so give it a bookmark!

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