Digital Marketing and Social Media Strategy

Tweak your iTunes to include local concerts

I’ve had a heck of a time trying to stay on top of concerts in Nashville. Actually, I’ve had the same issue in pretty much every city that I’ve lived in. The trouble is simply finding the time each week to flip through the local weekly to try to spot bands who I know and would want to see live.

This is why I’m so excited about iConcertCal. This free plug-in creates a calendar in your iTunes. The best part is that the calendar only includes listings of artists who are already in your iTunes library. It also has a listing of new releases. It’s your very own personalized concert listings.

Check it out.
[tags]iConcertCal, itunes calendar, local listings, live music[/tags]

Dave

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  • Hey Dave I wrote about this a few months ago. Its an interesting plug-in that needs some refinements. The biggest problem I saw with the first version was the artists needed to add the dates manually. The new version uses JamBase website to populate it which is a big improvement. I have some more thoughts on it in the post. I need to do an update since version 2 is out. iConcertCal: Get A Custom Events Calendar via Your iTunes Library

  • Hey Dave I wrote about this a few months ago. Its an interesting plug-in that needs some refinements. The biggest problem I saw with the first version was the artists needed to add the dates manually. The new version uses JamBase website to populate it which is a big improvement. I have some more thoughts on it in the post. I need to do an update since version 2 is out. iConcertCal: Get A Custom Events Calendar via Your iTunes Library

  • Thanks for letting me know. Great information for artists to know for sure. Too bad it’s not hooked up with Garageband.com, since that’s where bands need to upload their info to be see in iLike.com.

    Thank god for people like Jay Moonah who are helping to educate artists on how to promote themselves.

    Check out Jay here:
    http://onlinemusicmarketing.com/

    Cheers,
    Dave

  • Thanks for letting me know. Great information for artists to know for sure. Too bad it’s not hooked up with Garageband.com, since that’s where bands need to upload their info to be see in iLike.com.

    Thank god for people like Jay Moonah who are helping to educate artists on how to promote themselves.

    Check out Jay here:
    http://onlinemusicmarketing.com/

    Cheers,
    Dave

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  • This is an awesome way to keep up with local music

  • This is an awesome way to keep up with local music