Tag Archive: getting on radio

This is part of our ongoing series about getting your music played on the radio.  To read stories about the successes and failures of great bands that have tried getting music on the radio, check out our list of related articles.  To get radio airplay, click here to submit your music to Earbits Radio.

 

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Maya Over Eyes

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Tell us about your band.

This is part of our ongoing series about getting on the radio.  To read stories about the successes and failures of great bands that have tried to get FM radio airplay, check out our list of related articles.  To get your music on the radio, click here to submit your music to Earbits Radio.

What is your band name?

The Neologist

** Click here to listen to The Neologist on Earbits! **

Tell us about your band.

This is part of our ongoing series about getting your music played on the radio.  To read stories about the successes and failures of great bands that have tried to get on FM radio, check out our list of related articles.  To get your music on the radio, click here to submit your music to Earbits Radio.

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Wooster

** Click here to listen to Wooster on Earbits! **

Tell us about your band.

This is part of our ongoing series about getting your music on the radio.  To read stories about the successes and failures of great bands that have tried to get on FM radio, check out our list of related articles.  To get radio airplay, click here to submit your music to Earbits Radio.

What is your band name?

Daniel Whittington, formerly of Rhodes.

** Click here to listen to Daniel Whittington on Earbits! **

Tell us about your band.

This is part of our ongoing series about getting music on the radio.  To read more stories about the successes and failures of great bands to get on FM radio, check out our list of related articles.  To get radio airplay, click to submit your music to Earbits Radio.

What is your band name?

Three Day Threshold

Click here to listen to Three Day Threshold on Earbits Radio

Tell us about your band

Today, we are kicking off a series of blog posts about different ways for musicians to get on the radio.  We’ve asked our bands, great bands with high quality music, to tell us about all of the things they’ve done to try and get on the radio, and whether they were a great success, or a dismal failure.  Check this page often for links to new stories and interviews from the series.

Click here to submit your music for airplay on Earbits Radio.

Get on the Radio Interviews:

1. Triumph: Three Day Threshold

2. Toil: Daniel Whittington

Let’s face it, the best way to promote music is to get it into rotation on the radio.  I can write thousands of words describing how wonderful my music is, and how much you’ll love it.  But it will take only two seconds for you to listen to it and decide if you like it or not.  That is the power of radio.

 

It’s Not That Easy

The only problem is that getting music into rotation on terrestrial radio is not an easy task, to say the least.  If you are an independent artist/band with no label support and no substantial marketing budget your odds of getting significant airtime on terrestrial radio are close to nil.