Now music lovers everywhere can easily find out when their favorites are playing or discover new local bands and venues, reports bandsbyme.com.
Rochester Hills, MI – April 8, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —
BandsByMe is proud to announce the introduction of their online live music search tool. With just a little information and a few clicks, music lovers everywhere can find all of the bands and concerts in their local area. The BandsByMe search tool is totally free to use and provides an easy way for anyone to discover new local bands and venues.
“Many live music lovers can relate to the experience of wanting to go to a concert but never being sure who might be playing around town on a particular day or weekend. While anyone can scour major ticket outlets to find out about big acts that may have upcoming shows in their area, they’ll never be able to use that method to put together a comprehensive list of live music events,” said Terry Callahan of BandsByMe. “Fortunately, our tool presents a solution to this longstanding issue. With the help of BandsByMe, those looking to get their music fix will never again have to wonder who might be playing in their area.”
BandsByMe was designed to be simple and straightforward for anyone to use. Accessible from a desktop computer or mobile phone, all users need to do is navigate to the BandsByMe website and enter in information about their starting location, the distance they’re willing to travel, and the preferred date range for the event. Once they hit the “search” button, BandsByMe will return a list of results showing them when and where they can catch live music in action.
Callahan went on to say, “Whether someone wants to find out where their favorite band is playing or has made it their goal to discover a few entirely new bar bands this year, the BandsByMe online tool has got them covered. We invite them to visit our website, use our tool, and get their music fix in just a few clicks.”
BandsByMe is a totally free online service that allows music lovers everywhere to easily see all of the bands playing in their local area. With a simple and straightforward interface that is easily accessible from any desktop computer, tablet, or mobile phone, BandsByMe provides an easy way for anyone in any place to catch live shows from their favorite musical acts or discover new local bands and venues.
Name: Terry Callahan
Address: 1320 Deerhurst Ln Rochester Hills MI 48307
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