Kimball Packard, founder of Sound Advice Management, based in Boston and New Orleans, today announced the launch of promotemytour.com. PMT was developed for the independent touring musician or band who find PR firm retainers too expensive for their budgets.
Promotemytour.com services include:
Comprehensive tour promotion for a single city, a region, or a national tour., including solicitations for editorial pieces, calendar sections, and sending music files to non-commercial radio stations.
Creation of a promotional one sheet for the tour
Creation of a tour Electronic Press Kit (EPK)
PMT has aligned with a subsidiary of the international news agency, Thomson Reuters, to eliminate the problem of stale data. They provide promotemytour.com access to a database of thousands of music and entertainment writers, critics, bloggers and radio stations worldwide. This database is reviewed and updated every 90 days to ensure that it is the most accurate in the industry. PMT also has access to the largest listing of editorial calendar opportunities in the industry, giving their clients a better chance of being included in an article or feature.
Pricing starts at $200.00 for a single city, up to $500.00 for a region (5+ Cities). Custom packages and social media advertising campaigns are also available.
For more information, visit the website, or call/email Kimball Packard 504-298-NOLA (6652) email@example.com
About Kimball Packard:
Kimball is the founder of Sound Advice Management, and has over 20 years of experience in the music industry as a concert promoter, label and artist manager, production coordinator and co-producer on a variety of recording projects.
Kimball launched Sound Advice in 1994 upon signing legendary UK singer-songwriter John Martyn, and quickly earned a reputation as a tenacious advocate for musicians. Mirroring his taste in music, Kimball has worked with an eclectic roster of artists in a variety of genres, including singer/songwriters, rock, jazz and world music artists.
Kimball is a voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, and a founding member of the Boston Managers Group. With New Orleans-based musicians and philanthropists, Kimball spearheaded the launch of Trumpet NOT Guns, a nonprofit organization that provides musical instruments and mentorship for at-risk youth. Though based in Boston, he splits his time between the Northeast and New Orleans.