To enhance the coverage we give to our customers, our website has been
developed and is a popular hit for the search engines.
Our information is used by the best local and national information,
entertainment, media and internet sites,
In 1981 our first Gig Guide represented only 12 Venues in the Folkestone and
Dover area. Since then we have been pleased to have promoted 100's of venues
in Kent and E. Sussex and the 1000's of different acts performing there, from
the local singalong piano player to internationally famous acts on tour.
We collate information on a weekly basis for participating venues and bands,
then distribute it to the media services in time to meet their deadlines for
We als also supply around 3400 other interested parties by newsletter weekly.
Some landlords are wondering where their old and valued customers have gone.
One probable answer is, they are at home watching television or at a venue
they know has a good act on. Now, more than ever, all venues and bands need
to promote their events and reduce their advertising budget. - We can do that
for you, and save you time.
Your potential customers read, listen to or browse our Gig Guides and head
for the events promoted there. If entertainment is a part of your business
and turnover, this is where we can help. - We tell them where you are and
what’s on when.
We know that you cannot afford to advertise in the newspapers every week and
provide entertainment free of charge if you are not making a reasonable
profit. If we can find you just one more customer, you can afford to use our
services. With more than 1,000,000 readers and listeners each week we know we
can do that many times over. Get started this week.
If you advertise in the newspaper, ask for your advert to be placed next to
our Gig Guide. "Why?" you may ask. The truth of the matter is, who
in their right mind is going to search through all of the local papers for
your advert, when everyone knows the best place to look for local music
information is in our Gig Guide information supplied to and used by all of
the best leisure pages and linked to and from all of the best websites.
If your local newspaper does not publish our Gig Guide then ask them
"why not?'' we probably supply them. We feel that people have a right to
know "Wotson" locally and thankfully so do most newspaper editors.
Our charges for promoting your events are small, and the results are obvious
to those venues who have used our services for the past 29 years. Get started Now http://www.kentgigs.com/EventEntry.htm
The History of Kent Bands and Musicians
This section of Kentgigs.com is called "Kent
MusicBiz" and is dedicated to the people in South East Kent who helped
form the live music scene as it is today. Good or bad, we share some odd
facts and figures, puff ourselves up and bring ourselves down. Some of us
have been "at it" since the 50's and some are babies.
The heroes we remember are not just those who "made it" but those
who entertained us. "Every pop star is someone's next door
neighbour". Local band is not a dirty word here.
Some of us want to share a few experiences with those on the scene now that
are unlucky enough to be "too young" to have shared the best years
of live music in Kent. Alright, you can argue about that if you like, but
browse through the project and see what's been happening. As the project
grows it will cover 50 years of Music in Kent because the motivators are
still there, driving it.
We want your input, if you can show a link to the people, gigs, venues,
recordings etc. already on Kent MusicBiz you can join in sooner, email your
stories pictures and links to the Kent MusicBiz Project. Do you know any old
Muso's that would like to tell their story?
Please be patient if your submitted an article, CV, photo or whatever and its
is not live yet. The construction will concentrate on the oldest information
first, it's a monster of a story and is under permanent construction.
Current bands and new venues, should go to www.kentgigs.com and request a link
there. We hope you feel you are a part of the future not the past.
Photo attachments should be minimum 640x480 pixels and should have full
descriptions, names, and other details in the text of the email. You grant us
permission to use any photograph, picture, logo, item or wording that you
send to us for use on this site. It is your responsibility to obtain
permission from the copyright owner for this purpose and declare them.
Start your journey, follow blue text
Warning this site is "Picture Rich", to get the most out of it,
wait for the pictures, they only need to download once, then they will be
available in your cache ready for your next visit. Please let us know if you
find a broken link, there will be some. - Have fun.
The aim of the Network is to help musicians freely
find musicians, teachers and
local music related services like studios, rehearsal etc.
Nationally Networked Musicians Resource
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