December’s Breaking Artists: Kudos to these ReverbNation Opportunity Winners!

Wondering who submits to all those opportunities you see in your email inbox every week? And what happens after submissions close? Our monthly Breaking Artists newsletter, along with this nice, shiny blog post, breaks it down and shows you some of the opportunity winners.

Take a look and a listen, show your support for your fellow musicians and send them kudos in the comments.

Breaking Artists are selected by Reverb staff from opportunity winners. Increase your chances of being one of them by submitting to opportunities here >>

Performed at Yonder Mountain String Band’s Harvest Music Festival 2012…

Folk band The Ragbirds.

With a brand new album in 2012, the up-and-coming Michigan band The Ragbirds has been traveling the country with their “infectious global groove” gathering a passionate grassroots fan base of all ages. While playing at the Harvest Music Festival back in October, The Ragbirds had the pleasure to share stage with Yonder Mountain String Band, Leftover Salmon, The Jayhawks, Punch Brothers, Joe Purdy, and others.

Played a secret pop-up gig organized by Sofar Sounds in Brooklyn…

Adam Tronsen performing at the Sofar Sounds gig.

Photo Credit: Vincent Broazzi Jr.

Pop electronic artist Adam Tronsen didn’t let the “acoustic only” request stop him and his band from submitting to the opportunity; instead, they adapted their music to the audience and did an amazing job at it. Sofar Sounds has created a movement which brings music lovers together in secret living room locations to hear some of the world’s most cutting edge artists.

“I heard about it through ReverbNation, and checked out the Sofar Sounds website. I saw that they only featured acoustic acts but I figured what the hell and applied anyway. I’ve been submitting to certain events for a few months now so it surprised me when I actually heard back from this one. It was only one week in advance, I was scheduled to work the night of the show, and I wasn’t sure if my band mates could play that night, but it was great to have been “chosen” so I said yes to it. We had to rework our playing technique and I had to adjust some progamming but it ended up going really well. I’d be happy to do it again.”

-Adam Tronsen

Featured on Subbacultcha! Magazine…

Californians Haster gained international exposure by being featured on a Dutch magazine. Subbacultcha! is an independent, multidisciplinary music and culture platform from Amsterdam. Their main goal is to use their platform to promote challenging, uncompromising, cutting edge artists and provide them with the audience that they deserve.

“We heard about it through the opportunities ReverbNation sends out daily and we were able to submit our music for free into the entry and we so happen to be selected for the article. We submit our music all the time for anything that fit our music genre. We won before, we got a slot to play the Lunar Festival in Jan 2013 but we unfortunately can’t play it since our singer will be in South Africa. It was really exciting to be chosen for this. Any avenue where we can show people our music and get some added exposure is critical for an unsigned band like Haster. Every person that sees our name/hears our music gives us better odds of getting noticed in the big mainstream of the music industry.”

-Haster

Played at the 2nd Annual Holiday Jamboree (For Grownups)…

The alternative rock band The NowhereNauts won a spot at the 2nd Annual Holiday Jamboree (For Grownups!) — a musical and dance extravaganza that took place at DROM NYC on December 18th.

“We’re always looking for chance to play in the city (New York), either with friends, or bands coming to town, etc… ReverbNation has made our searches easier. Unfortunately, we had missed the Holiday Jamboree last year, but when the opportunity presented itself through a ReverbNation email/request for participants — we jumped at the opportunity to be part of it! We’ve submitted to five, maybe six events, and this was the first performance event that we were able to be part of.  It was great to be selected. We’re rather particular about what we we’re willing to submit to, because you don’t want to get invited to a music festival where people just aren’t interested in your music! The Holiday Jamboree was a great fit for us, so we were very happy to have been chosen! The show was great. The venue (Drom NYC) was especially helpful and Jennifer Logue (organizer) was really terrific about information, and set times, and organizing the whole thing to benefit New York Cares for hurricane Sandy relief.”

-The NowhereNauts

Chosen the Colorado Music Buzz’s ReverbNation Artist of the Month…

Alternative rock band Crown Point was chosen the Colorado Music Buzz’s artist of the month in November. Crown Point’s new album Curtains was released November 13th, and they’re currently touring the US in support of it.

“It seems to us that playing music is about more than entertainment.  We’ve done our best to do some tangible good with the opportunities we’ve been given, and have worked with some organizations we believe in, like the American Red Cross, the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association, the March Of Dimes, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, and Forward Edge International. We’ll be donating a percentage of the sales of our upcoming album to Tucker-Maxon, an amazing school for hearing-impaired children in Portland. If you’d like us to play a benefit show for a cause that you, and we, believe in, please let us know.”

-Crown Point

Congrats to all of December’s “Breaking” Artists!

Don’t want to miss out on the next opportunity?

There are four ways you can use to stay up-to-date on the latest gigs (we recommend using all of them to ensure nothing gets missed!):

  • Follow our updates on Twitter (@Gigs and @ReverbNation) and Facebook
  • Check the email updates we send you
  • Check the latest Opportunities on this page
  • Go to your Control Room on your Reverb page > click “Opportunities”

So, where’s your next gig?

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Best albums and songs of 2012: Picked by ReverbNation staffers

It’s that time of year again. After collectively listening to hundreds of records and attending what seemed like another hundred concerts, we’ve asked the ReverbNation staffers to share their favorite albums and songs released in 2012. What we got in return is a very diverse selection with indie favorites, top 40 sweethearts, dubstep beat droppers, classic rockers, R&B breakout star, and others.

Take a look at our picks, and feel free to let us know who topped YOUR 2012 list in the comments below, on Facebook or Twitter!

Frank Ocean, Tame Impala, The Weeknd, Father John Misty

In alphabetical order:

Andrew. billing| rookie dubstep dj | edm fan | customer satisfaction extraordinaire 

Dubstep’s US popularity is clear, as American hip hop artists Cypress Hill released a collaborative EP with dubstep producer Rusko (above) in Summer 2012.

  • Brown & Gammon – Dirty Doris EP
  • Rusko – Songs
  • Borgore – Decisions
  • Subscape – Elements
  • Netsky – 2
  • Nostalgia – The Other Side
  • Shift Key – Let You Down
  • Bassnectar – Vava Voom
  • Eptic – Slime City

Brian. quality assurance | bug finder extraordinaire | you can find him air guitaring and drumming on the back of chairs every now and then

Top 10 songs (in no particular order)
  • House of Heroes – “Remember the Empire” (Best anthem)
  • Phillip Phillips – “Home” (Most authentic performance)
  • Good Luck Varsity – “Liars & Thieves” (Caught me by surprise)
  • Summertime Dropouts – “Full Time Cutie” (Cheesiest)
  • Benjamin Dunn & The Animal Orchestra – “My Name Is Eustace!” (Most eclectic)
  • Owl City – “Good Time” (Fun all-around)
  • The Classic Crime – “You and Me Both” (Most glad I Kickstartered)
  • Carly Rae Jepsen – “Call Me Maybe” (Guilty pleasure)
  • Thrice – “Promises” (Hardest hitting)
  • sosaveme – “Gentle Slope” (Hate-to-fav)

Honorable mentions: Thousand Foot Krutch – Be Somebody (Most likely to bring tears to my eyes); Taylor Swift & The Civil Wars – Safe & Sound (Best rendition); SONS – Doubt (Best re-release); Capital Lights – Coldfront Heatstroke (Best wordplay).

Glenn. product | “everyday i’m grafflin” is his motto | promises to beat jed in chili cook-off… one day soon 

Josh Tillman’s (aka Father John Misty) ‘Fear Fun’ was released following Tillman’s departure from Fleet Foxes

Top 10 albums 
  1. Father John Misty – Fear Fun
  2. Chairlift – Something
  3. Delta Spirt – Delta Spirit
  4. Soundgarden – King Animal
  5. Little Hurricane – Homewrecker
  6. Mondo – Electric Guest
  7. Jack White – Blunderbuss
  8. Grizzly Bear – Shields
  9. Miike Snow – Happy to You
  10. David Byrne & St. Vincent – Love This Giant

Justin. customer service | pf flyers connoisseur | invisible watermelon kiwi kool-aid = best drink of all time

Top 10 albums
  1. Kendrick Lamar – Good Kid M.A.A.D City
  2. Frank Ocean – Channel Orange
  3. Nas – Life is Good
  4. The Weeknd – Trilogy
  5. Tame Impala – Lonerism
  6. Curren$y – The Stoned Immaculate
  7. Jessie Ware – Devotion
  8. The XX – Coexist
  9. Big K.R.I.T. – Live From the Underground
  10. Electric Guest – Mondo

Lou. co-founder | hurricane sandy took away a few dozen of his frank zappa vinyl albums (some rare) | “if i see her, she dies!”

Top 5 albums (in no particular order and no metal made it this year :-( )
  • Tame Impala – Lonerism
  • Howler – America Give Up
  • Shovels & Rope – O Be’ Joyful
  • Lumineers – The Lumineers
  • Frank Zappa – 60 re-issues

Mariana. marketing | avid concert-goer | non-professional dancer | hates carrying bags | wants to backpack across the world  

Click to watch our interview with Vintage Trouble at SXSW ’12.

Top 10 songs
  1. Alabama Shakes – “Hold On”
  2. Matrimony – “Obey Your Guns” (click to watch live performance at ReverbNation HQ)
  3. Vintage Trouble – “Nobody Told Me”
  4. fun. – “Some Nights”
  5. Dr. Dog – “How Long Must I Wait?”
  6. White Sea – “Overdrawn”
  7. Mumford & Sons – “I Will Wait”
  8. Delta Rae – “Bottom of the River”
  9. Lost in the Trees – “Red”
  10. Jens Lekman – “Become Someone Else’s”

Neal. customer service | sneaker aficionado | carolina basketball super fan

Top 10 albums (in no particular order)
  • Skyzoo – Theo vs. JJ (Dreams vs. Reality)
  • Frank Ocean – Channel Orange
  • Nas – Life Is Good
  • Curren$y – The Stoned Immaculate
  • Jack White – Blunderbuss
  • Kendrick Lamar – Good Kid, M.A.A.D City
  • King Mez – My Everlasting Zeal
  • The Weeknd – Trilogy
  • Big Boi (of Outkast) – Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumors
  • Joey Bada$$ – 1999

Patrick.  digital distribution| prefers early mornings and highlight reels 

After the release of ‘Channel Orange’, Pitchfork said Frank Ocean is “among the most gifted singer-songwriters of his generation.”

Top 10 albums
  1. Father John Misty – Fear Fun
  2. The Weeknd – Trilogy
  3. Tame Impala – Lonerism
  4. Jack White – Blunderbuss
  5. Woods – Bend Beyond
  6. Frank Ocean – Channel Orange
  7. The Walkmen – Heaven
  8. Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti – Mature Themes
  9. Michael Kiwanuka – Home
  10. The Human Eyes – Guiding Eyes for the Blind

Parker. customer service | fierce beard | seger specialist | likes cats and dogs

Top 10 albums
  1. Father John Misty – Fear Fun
  2. High On Fire – De Vermis Mysteriis
  3. The Sword – Apocryphon
  4. Alabama Shakes – Boys & Girls
  5. The Mountain Goats – Transcendental Youth
  6. Rush – Clockwork Angels
  7. Aesop Rock – Skelethon
  8. Dinosaur Jr. – I Bet On Sky
  9. Bob Mould – Silver Age
  10. Pallbearer – Sorrow and Extinction

 Honorable mentions: Old Crow Medicine Show – Carry Me Back; Bob Dylan – Tempest

Reverb Live NYC. Hailing from all across the east coast, this diverse group of business savvy music-lovers is a big supporter of live music and wanted to share with you some of the epic shows that topped their list this year.

Top 10 live shows
  1. 12/12/12 Madison Square Garden (New York, NY)
  2. Mumford & Sons at Pier A (Hoboken, NJ)
  3. Rodger Waters at Yankee Stadium (Bronx, NY)
  4. Animal Collective at Terminal 5 (New York, NY)
  5. Radiohead at the Prudential Center (Newark, NJ)
  6. Explosions in the Sky at Governor’s Ball (New York, NY)
  7. Sigur Rós at the Mann Center (Philadelphia, PA)
  8. Girl Talk at Catalpa Music Festival (New York, NY)
  9. Björk at the New York Hall of Science (Queens, NY)
  10. Tool at the Izod Center (East Rutherford, NJ)

Robert F. developer | lover of dogs, beer, and motorcycles, but not at the same time | resident reverbnation smiley guy

Top 10 albums
  1. Jon Watts – Clothe Yourself in Righteousness
  2. Artemis – Sephyra
  3. Anji Bee – Put Some Music On (it’s just a single, but it’s good stuff)
  4. Craig Finn – Clear Heart Full Eyes
  5. Data Romance – Caves
  6. Lazy Hammock – Natural High
  7. Submotion Orchestra – Fragments
  8. Various – Chilled Summer Break, Vol. 1
  9. All India Radio – Red Shadow Landing
  10. Kid Koala – 12 Bit Blues

Sam. customer service | rocker/roller | gramatical/syntactical nutjob | loves seinfeld more than he probably should

Top 10 albums
  1. Tame Impala – Lonerism
  2. Liars – WIXIW
  3. Menomena – Moms
  4. Jenny Besetzt – Only
  5. Grizzly Bear – Shields
  6. Thee Oh Sees – Putrifiers II
  7. Lower Dens – Nootropics
  8. Gross Ghost – Brer Rabbit
  9. Mac Demarco – 2
  10. Frank Ocean – Channel Orange

Honorable mentions: Beach House – Bloom; Daniel Rossen – Silent Hour/Golden Mile; DIIV – Oshin; Lotus Plaza – Spooky Action at a Distance; Tamaryn – Tender New Signs.

Now it’s your turn! We want to learn a little bit about you. What were your favorite albums and songs of 2012? Which Reverb employee has a similar music taste to yours? Leave your answers in the comments below!

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Opportunities on Tap: Tour Russia and Perform at Sundance Film Festival


UlikeUS Music Competition: Russian Tour 

Genre: Alternative, Blues, Christian/Gospel, Country, Electronica, Folk, Hip Hop, Jazz, Latin, Metal, Pop, R&B/Soul, Rock, Reggae, Americana, Bluegrass, Childrens, Dance, Indie, Rap, World, Punk, Ambient, Christian Rock, Dubstep, Electronic Dance Music, Funk, House, Instrumental, Rockabilly and Ska

Location: St. Petersburg, Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Kazan and Yekaterinburg, Russia

How you like an all-expense paid 5-city tour? UlikeUS is an international music competition supported by the U.S. Embassy in Moscow as part of the Bilateral Presidential Commission activities and under the management of GetVibe Agency. UlikeUS is a music competition with a mission to provide young American artists with an opportunity to bring their music to Russia. One hundred U.S. ReverbNation artists and bands will go into a public vote, confirmed by a panel of judges, who will choose the best U.S. artist or band. Each participating ReverbNation band or artist will compete for a grand prize: the opportunity to tour in Russia. Only one ReverbNation artist will be chosen to perform in the 5 largest cities of the Russian Federation: St. Petersburg, Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Kazan and Yekaterinburg. All travel, lodging compensation, food/beverage and other incidental costs will be covered during the tour. The winner will be provided performance fee of $300 per gig.

Need to know more? Set length and backline will be approved on request and provided according to the interests and requirements of the winner. The winner will feel like a star with media promotion, a photo session, video blog publications, mass media attention through tv and radio interviews, and Russian social networks.

 

The Eco Hideaway at Sundance

Genre: Blues, Country, DJ, Electronica, Hip Hop, Jazz, Pop, Rock, Reggae, Americana, Bluegrass, Celtic, Jam, Singer Songwriter, Instrumental and Rockabilly

Location: Park City, UT

The Eco Hideaway is selecting thirty ReverbNation artists to perform at The Chateaux in Park City, Utah on January 19th 20th, and 21st. Select bands will perform 20-25 minute sets at the Main Event Red Carpet Lounge produced by Durkin Entertainment in Hospitality Celebrity Suite between the hours of 12-6pm. Artists will be able to participate in the red carpet arrivals and interview with credentialed media. On Sunday, January 21st, Utah’s biggest rock radio station, KBER 101.FM will be broadcasting LIVE from the lounge with DJ’s Mick & Allen “The Freak Show”.

The Eco Hideaway at Sundance 2013 is a sustainably-produced private celebrity & media hospitality & gifting lounge showcasing brands and musicians to benefit the Guard a Heart Foundation ( www.guardaheart.org) celebration of the world’s finest indie filmmakers at America’s #1 Film Festival.

What else do you get beyond great exposure? Selected artist will be provided food, beverage and product samples gifted from select brands. Each artist will also receive from Guard a Heart Foundation a Tru-Risk TM 5 year Heart Assessment test ($1,400.00 value). In return, we ask that each chosen artist make a donation to GAH (minimum donation: $50.00).

Park City during Sundance Film Festival 2010

Don’t want to miss out on upcoming opportunities?

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  • Follow our updates on Twitter (@ReverbNation or @Gigs) and Facebook
  • Check the email updates we send you
  • Check the latest Opportunities on this page
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So you want to be a rock ’n’ roll professor?

This guest post is written by Mark Katz, Professor and Chair of the Department of Music at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He teaches courses on music and technology and popular music, and is the author of Capturing Sound: How Technology has Changed Music, and Groove Music: The Art and Culture of the Hip-Hop DJ.

With increasing regularity, pop music icons are hooking up with institutions of higher learning. Hip-hop legend Afrika Bambaataa was recently appointed a visiting scholar at Cornell University; ?uestlove will soon be co-teaching a course at NYU. Last year, rocker Todd Rundgren spent two weeks at Indiana University. Wyclef Jean had a gig at Brown; Lamont Dozier and Steve Miller were artists in residence at USC. It’s not only performers getting in the higher ed game—a variety of music industry professionals, from lawyers to producers, now teach at universities across the country as well.

?uestlove, of The Roots, will co-teach a course at NYU

As chair of the Department of Music at UNC-Chapel Hill, I’m keenly interested in this phenomenon. Having hired several music professionals over the past several years — whether as occasional guest lecturers or to teach or co-teach courses — I’ve seen how they enrich students’ experience by offering their unique perspectives on music and the business of music. I’ve also discovered the challenges of bringing together people from such different worlds. I’m writing this post, then, to answer a few basic questions for music professionals interested in breaking into academia.

Why teach at a university?

The university seems to offer even the most successful and experienced music professionals opportunities they haven’t found elsewhere. Ken Weiss, whom I recently appointed as my department’s Entrepreneur in Residence, traveled the world with Crosby, Stills, and Nash (he was Stephen Stills’s manager), and has decades of experience as a music supervisor and publisher.

“I’ve been extremely fortunate in my career,” Weiss says, “and I want the industry to prosper and grow. One of the ways for that to happen is to hand off some of what I learned to the next generation. It’s my way of paying it back.”

Not long ago, Jason Ross, co-founder of the rock group Seven Mary Three, and Frank Heath, owner of the renowned North Carolina venue Cat’s Cradle, invited me to coffee to talk about collaborating on a venture with UNC. Ross explained his interest:

“A university campus is where emergent ideas tend to take root. I think ideas are what keep you young. I want to be around students when they have those ‘aha!’ moments.”

Heath agreed, noting that there’s “an incredible energy to a university that you don’t find other places. There’s a lot swirling around.” Stephen Levitin (aka Apple Juice Kid), who developed UNC’s Beat Making Lab with me, likes teaching because it offers such a contrast with his gigging life. “Outside the university, I can get stuck in my small group of people I interact with, so the teaching experience gets me out of my comfort zone on many levels.” If you’re looking to grow, to share your knowledge with smart, energetic people and to draw inspiration from them, a college campus is a great place to do it.

How do I get involved?

Don’t bother looking for job announcements and don’t wait for someone to reach out to you. There are rarely guest artist positions just waiting to be filled, and professors at your nearby universities may be blissfully unaware of how many hits you’ve recorded or Twitter followers you have. You need to take the initiative. Search university websites for courses or programs on popular music, and read up on the professors. E-mail faculty who you think might be interested, and ask to stop by office hours for a chat or to meet for coffee.

Don’t immediately pitch a business proposition; instead, explain that you’re interested in making connections with the department.

First, tell your story and show your passion for your art; then you can offer to visit a class to talk to or perform for the students. Unfortunately, most professors have no funds for visiting artists, so you might have to offer your services gratis, at least for that first visit.

Once you’ve had a chance to prove yourself in the classroom, the professor can request funds or apply for a grant. Regardless of how you get there, however, you need to start by establishing relationships and trust. Here’s a perfect example. A few years ago I met two local DJs, A-Minor and SK. After getting to know them I brought them into class to demonstrate mixing and scratching. I quickly learned that they were good teachers and utterly dependable, so I kept hiring them; this spring they’ll be teaching regular lab sections for my class “The Art and Culture of the DJ.”

Is there money in this?

Not a lot, unfortunately. Depending on how much funding I can get and how much time and travel are involved, I’ve paid between $75 and $250 for a class visit. If you become an adjunct professor — meaning you teach or co-teach your own class (usually meeting three hours a week for about four months) — you might get anywhere from $2000 to $8000 per course. It’s rare for musician who hasn’t come up through the ranks of academia (and earn a doctorate or at least a master’s degree) to get a full time position with benefits and tenure. Chances are you’ll be paid per service or course. Many professionals aren’t looking to replace their current jobs, so this arrangement often works very well. In any case, don’t look to get rich by teaching.

What are the challenges?

Teaching a class requires more than just showing up and chatting up the students. Whether you’re lecturing on the music business or demonstrating how to mix songs on two turntables, you have to prepare and hone your presentation (making sure it fits into the allotted time).

If you’re teaching your own class, you’ll have to develop a syllabus, choose reading and listening assignments, set up a course website, prepare lectures, and write tests.

Outside of class, you’ll meet with students and spend untold hours grading tests and assignments. (Ken Weiss, who also teaches an arts entrepreneurship class at UNC, told me that he has written up to 100 comments on a single student paper.) You have to be organized, consistent, and fair, and above all, professional. You cannot miss a class or even show up late, and you have to be to be patient with and respectful towards students, staff, faculty, and administrators. And a word of advice: if you want to keep your job, don’t date or drink with the students.

There’s a lot more I could say about the challenges and rewards of university teaching. But to sum up: take the initiative; be passionate and creative; and be professional. Your future students will thank you.

Have you gotten involved in academia as a professional musician? Share your experiences and advice in the comments below.

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Opportunities on Tap: Boys Like Girls remix and Papercut Mag digital sampler!

Boys Like Girls Remix Opportunity

Genres: All

Put your skills to the test! This coming December 11th fans across the world will get to enjoy Columbia Record’s recording artist Boys Like Girl’s new album, ‘Crazy World’. In celebration of this release, the band is looking for the best new emerging talent to remix their first single off the album, “Be Your Everything”, with the winner’s track getting an exclusive on the band’s website and all social media for one week!

Remix Details:
  • Download the stems to the Boys like Girl’s single
  • Upload your finished remix to your press kit
  • Boys Like Girls will personally select the best three remixes
  • January 4th fan voting will begin on www.blgcrazyworld.com and facebook.com/boyslikegirls
  • January 11th the winner will be selected and their remix will be hosted exclusively on: Boyslikegirls.com, Boys like Girls Facebook Page (4.7mm Followers), and Boys like Girls Twitter Page (200,000 Followers).

Exposure doesn’t get much bigger than this! Now it’s time to let your music do the talking.

Check out the official video to their remix-able single, “Be Your Everything”!

 

Papercut Magazine Digital Sampler

Genres: All

Papercut Magazine is at the cutting edge of delivering the best in fashion, art, current events and music. This past September, Papercut launched their first music issue featuring some of the best and brightest stars of tomorrow. Since the response from their readers was so overwhelming, Papercut wants to bring more great music to the masses.

Papercut Magazine is launching its very own digital CD sampler called the REPLAYNATION Music Mix to distribute to its loyal readers. The magazine is looking for an ecletic group of music from ReverbNation artists to feature in the sampler. Ten emerging artists will be selected for inclusion on the REPLAYNATION Music Mix digital CD sampler.

Don’t mind if I do!

Don’t want to miss out on upcoming opportunities?

Here are four ways you can stay up-to-date on our latest gigs. We recommend using all of them to ensure nothing gets missed! Stalk us, we don’t mind. >

  • Follow our updates on Twitter (@ReverbNation or @Gigs) and Facebook
  • Check the email updates we send you
  • Check the latest Opportunities on this page
  • Go to your Control Room on your Reverb page > click “Opportunities”
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