I used to be very busy with the other aspects of my work-answering phone calls, emailing clients, meeting with my staff-among the many other things that consumed my time.
There are actually quite a few websites available you can find by searching for music blog submissions websites, such as soundcloud, bandcamp, grooveshark, and others. Many of these are free, and you can give these and others a try.
When choosing sites on which to promote your music, check to see if they offer any individual stats relating to your music. Like how many track plays or page views you and your music receive on their site. This way you can check in periodically and monitor your performance with these sites.
NY Rock Music Examiner: Your appearance at Ridgefield Playhouse and BB Kings are your only NY-CT dates. Is this tour only of the Northeast or were there other shows before that?
Start a website. This may seem like a no brainer, but nevertheless, you should not treat it as an afterthought. Incorporate a blog into your presence on the World Wide Web and keep it stocked with frequent updates. An article on how to write a song or a video post of you and your band in the recording studio go a long way in establishing the type of connection that you want with your audience. Do your best not to avoid this crucial step.
Music promotion – If you have a love for music why not start putting on gigs in your local area. The secret is to book and pay for a main band who will pull in lots of fans then get three other bands to play for free. You can charge a good price on the door which will pay for the main band and you keep all the profits. Just promote the gigs on Facebook and MySpace and you have just started a promotions company!