Clubs and Venues Directory

by | 27 May, 2024 | 0 comments

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Here is a reminder that Trad&Now Magazine also offeres a publication that will help your club or venue generally, increase attendances and be of benefit to Australian folk music overall.

In case you are not already aware Trad&Now publish a Clubs and Venues Directory in each edition of Trad&Now Magazine. This is there for anyone wanting to find you at any time of the year. Being in the directory is free to subscribers. The magazine has over 25 clubs from all over Australia there at present.

Additionally, clubs in the directory are encouraged every edition to send in their upcoming concert information to go in a What’s On at Your Club section, also published in each edition of the magazine. This is a free service so that readers will know and possibly attend. Please use this link if you would like to be added to the Clubs Directory and are not already on it.

If you are already in the Clubs Directory, production of Trad&Now 163 is currently underway. It closes on COB May 29 and will be out by June 15. If you have any concerts scheduled from that date onwards, please send in the details to v be added to the “What’s on at Your Cub” Directory in that edition.

In addition to the regular magazine there is the Trad&NowLive!, a free 24 hour a day, 7 days a week folk music radio station streamed everywhere in the world that has internet.

Trad&NowLive has just reached a new milestone with over 11,000 tracks from over 550 Australian acts/artists uploaded and genre classified. Music heard is all Australian recorded folk music in its widest definition. There are genre specific hours on even number hours from 4am to 10pm with the rest of the time being music randomly selected from thousands of tracks. All music is from albums currently stocked for sale in the Trad&Now website and there is a constantly updating playlist on the home page of that website as well as a link to hear the music. This is their chance to be heard by music lovers around the world, including your club attendees. Please spread the word. See the attached if you need more information or if you have any questions.

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