I need your INDIE music for my PLAYLIST on our live shows
I’m looking for some music to play on my live feed. You will get some great exposure [and] I have some industry people that promised to come in and take a listen.
Send your music to me with a short bio And i will add it to my playlist. If I really dig it I will put it in my news letter which has over 9000 subscribers. 35% are industry professionals that could actually give a boost to your career. This newsletter also lands in all of my managed social media accounts which is around another 11,000.
Sponsored reviews and informational videos
We will literally take “anything” to giveaway as a prize
New Crappy Stuff | Returns | Out of box | Missing Parts | Broken | Old Inventory | Partially Eaten | Wigs | Worn Clothing | Items for our School | A Machine that goes BING! | Anything | Wait…..I really mean ANYTHING
We can always use equipment to help us with our broadcast as well.
Bob and Robert Live.
Wednesdays at 9pm est. (Local artist are featured during our sponsored advertisements and during breaks) We also have special guest appearances from artist that range from local performers to national touring acts such as Colt Ford, Ky Rodgers, Ying Yang Twins, Bonecrusher, Kain Brown etc.
For our name that tune game we have a live, special guest sing songs from various decades, one hit wonders, etc. We average 70+ viewers per show with an average of 15 to 20 viewers that actually participate in the games. Not only do we offer a winner at the end of the show but we have drawings throughout the broadcast.
Several A&R representatives have contacted us about featuring their artist in our newsletter and on our shows. Capitol, Island, DefJam etc. Unfortunately we only feature local and independent artist at this time so we have had to turn down a few of their request. However, we are considering more corporate sponsorship in the future to bring awareness to our “First Offender Music Program”.
So. When we say we will take anything we will actually take anything to give away on our shows. Dented, open box, missing knobs, half eaten etc.We take care of our sponsors
Our sponsors ads run in our news-letter for the full week prior to the show as well as the week of the show. We currently have over 9,000 subscribers to our opted-in newsletter. 85% of these subscribers are musicians and 35% of those are music professionals. This is a great way for artist to get some quality exposure to the people that cut the checks.
We offer product reviews on our live shows as well as in our news-letters. We not only use the products in a real life environment but we provide followup videos. All of the review videos are shot in HD in the event the manufacturer would like to use them in their advertising. Our broadcast software is capable of running advertisements which can be a video or hi-res graphic supplied by the sponsor or created by us. These ads are shown for 30 to 45 seconds every 20 minutes. We discuss the sponsor throughout the show along with personal experiences with the companies products and support. If you donate any equipment or software that we use during any of the live feeds, we make sure to mention we are using the items. If it is software we always make use of it.
OUR NON-PROFIT FIRST OFFENDER MUSIC PROGRAM
It is always possible to donate items to our non-profit audio school and we will treat that the same a sponsored spot.
Instead of young boys and girls going to a Georgia boot camp the judge has the option of sending them to work at our studio for the duration of their sentence. So far we have had over 50 young adult complete our program with a 100% success rate for not becoming repeat offenders. Over 70% of the high school graduates are attending some form of industry trade school.
We can always use any type of audio equipment and software. The kids are always willing to learn anything new and they learn fast. Sometimes it is very hard to keep up with technology. When it comes to software we prefer to send them away with full versions so it can follow them into their career in the music industry.
We have recently started music theory classes and it has been a huge hit with the younger program participants. This includes learning to play an instrument as well as sound design and some basic recording techniques.
Items we could use for our school (we do not take monetary donations)
• Old computers (Macs please)
• Musical instruments (it honestly doesn’t matter. The kids just want to learn)
• Computer interfaces (we need to get at least a single mic/line in and at least a headphone out)
• Speakers (Blown drivers are fine. Most manufacturers will repair the monitors for us at no charge)
• Tables and Chairs
• Clothes (some kids really need help)
• School supplies (high school and upper grade school)