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Anne Leighton

Duh. You don't need Sonicbids to get gigs. I've been booking my artists for years without using sonicbids.

Sonicbids are just for acts who are afraid to speak up for themselves.

I encourage bands or artists who are working with other schedulers to set up a private online calendar.

Henry Chatfield

As a promoter I have to disagree with the need for SonicBids. If a band is reaching out about a gig unsolicited to me all I want is a song or two attached to the email and a few lines telling me how much of a draw they have in my city and why.

With distro, why not include DistroKid? Probably the most cost-effective option for smaller artists who are trying to get their music on all the major digital download and streaming 'retailers'

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