New live booking agent, Tom Green
Quite Great announce business expansion with new live booking services
For over twenty years, Quite Great have been at the forefront of promoting music, both new and old, and their reputation within the industry continues to grow. Now, the Cambridge based PR company have added a new live booking sector to the business in order to help artists find their feet when it comes to getting live gigs.
For many aspiring musicians, the thought of organising your own gigs and tours can be a daunting in itself, but now Quite Great are offering their help to artists in every facet of the operation. For starters, they can offer initial advice on where to begin, commencing with small things such as streamlining your online image and knowing what promoters are looking for.
Tour booking will no longer be such a strenuous task either, as Quite Great can help you book a UK/European tour, tailored to your needs and your budget. Working alongside the new live service, the PR team will handle the promotion and release schedules to coincide with your dates too.
However, if you already have a tour booked, there are still a number of things that you might need to think about. If you need accommodation or transport sorted out, or even a new touring crew, Quite Great have you covered.
On top of this, should you want to host a launch party for your new single, EP or album, the new live services sector can arrange the show, promote it and ensure that the right people from the industry come down and attend.
Quite Great’s new live booking services sector is being headed up by experienced booking agent, Tom Green who noted that: ‘Navigating the live music industry can be a daunting and challenging task at the best of times. It’s a pleasure to be able to bring my knowledge as a promoter and agent to Quite Great to grow the roster and expand on what the company already does. I look forward to working with the team here to grow something quite special.’
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