Being an independent musician takes a ton of sacrifice. You will need to spend a ton of time and a decent amount of money in order to properly promote your hard work. It is not an easy job, and unless you are only gonna do it part time, then expect to go through a roller coaster of ups and downs. Expect to do many live performances and expect to fight with program directors at radio stations in order to get a little bit of air play. You will start to know the local media by their first name and concert promoters will either be your best friend, or people you hate to work with. Either way if you have the time and funding, it can be a very rewarding situation when everything is going right. I wrote this book to help other indie artists and bands. I was once in the position of trying to make music my career, so I know what it is like to feel like it is a struggle to get anywhere in an over populated industry.
---Taken from the EBook "How To Release Your Own Music"
Read more at www.yourmusicrelease.com
Artists and bands be sure to submit your music at these radio networks as well. www.hardcorejamz.com (Playing Hip-Hop and R&B)
www.hardcoremix.com (Rock,Pop,Country,Jazz,Electro,Gospel and more)
Submit music on either site.