We are going to give the 100th band or musician profile that goes 'live' on a Tour Pack print voucher worth €100. Could it be you?


Included in the Tour Pack is;

500 x premium business cards in full colour
50 x A4 posters printed on 1 side in full colour - empty belly or full print
50 x A3 posters printed on 1 side in full colour - empty belly or full print

All you need to do is sign-up your band here which is 'free' until 1st May and fully complete your profile in order to be counted. The lucky winner will be announced via our Facebook,…

Liam from was interviewed by Sharon Cahill for her weekly music magazine show on Dublin South Radio 93.9FM

The interview was part of the St. Patrick's Day Festival, particularly focussing on bands currently on the Irish music scene. Liam was asked about how came about, what we are currently doing and how bands sign up and 'get found' for gigs and bookings. > Visit Site

by Liam @Bandpages_ie

Applications are rushing in for the first degree course of its kind in the State, but can the programme deliver as the music business continues to struggle?

Bimm DublinA NEW WAVE of sound is poised to flow from Dublin. Next September, budding musicians, producers, and promoters will begin an innovative degree course in Commercial Modern Music, run by the Brighton Institute of Modern Music (BIMM) at the Dublin Institute of Technology. They’ll be in good company at the college “run by musicians for musicians”. Alumni from BIMM’s Brighton and Bristol outlets include The Kooks, Beth Rowley, several members of The Ordinary Boys and Kate Nash, the first unsigned artist to have a number one album on iTunes.

At first glance, BIMM’s decision to…