Chartmetrics relaunches free OneSheet artist EPKs

Music data and analytics firm Chartmetric debuted it’s recently relaunched OneSheet program at the Music Biz in Nashville, after acquiring the startup last year.

By David Benjamin De Cristofaro

To create your own OneSheet, you simply type your artist-name in the app, and it will immediately gather all of their information from Chartmetric’s 8 million-plus musical act database. If the artist is not in the database, you can simply drop the link to their Spotify page and OneSheet will generate one for them. 

In a matter of moments, the service pulls data and engagement metrics from a variety of digital platforms and an artists online presence and generates a customizable electronic press kit (EPK) and insights that updates with the artists engagement and 8 million artists real-time data from those sources.

In addition, OneSheet is integrated with Bandsintown to automatically sync live shows, and with YouTube to add videos and pull in images found online.

“Music Biz is a perfect conference to launch the new app,” said Chartmetric President and COO Andreas Katsambras. “Considering the whole music industry has gathered in Nashville for a week of great sessions, panels, meetings and so many other events.”

The platform’s name comes from the one-sheets used in the music industry to provide a glimpse into an artist’s career and new releases.

OneSheet is currently in beta, making the service free to all tiers of account sign up until September 1, 2023.

Sign up here to try it.

David Benjamin De Cristofaro is a recent grad ‘available-for-hire’ who achieved National success as an award-winning student of Music Business, Tech, Marketing, and Economics at The University of The Arts and Berklee College of Music. While in school, he met with members of Congress in advocacy with The Recording Academy, worked with some of the largest artists, tours, and festivals in Music, and on creative experience projects and solutions for NARAS, the Capitol Records Innovation Center, Fender, Bose, MusiCares, Spotify, and Republic Records. He has served as an international speaker at universities and conferences. He spent the pandemic writing journalism pieces on immersive and fan experience ecosystems and researching emerging ticket models + solutions, while also contributing to USA Today SMG.

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