The Blues Festival Guide platforms are fast becoming
the main portal for blues live stream and blues online concert events. As fast
as an online event is announced, the Blues Festival Guide team makes the
announcement and link go live in a special section on the top-ranking https://bluesfestivalguide.com/website, as well as on their social media platforms
(Facebook.com/bluesfestivalguide.com with 195,000 Followers, and Instagram
@bluesfestguide with 6,000 Followers). This service is provided for free to the
artist as well as the viewer.
Even though music festivals and clubs are on lockdown
across the globe, there are loads of brand-new music and live concerts via live
stream, both small and large, local and international, that can be watched from
the safety of your couch on your own TV, computer or phone.
An ever-increasing number of artists are working very
hard and still trying to provide stellar live music and concert experiences for
fans without sacrificing safety.
With almost 20 years of experience delivering blues
music and blues music news around the world, Publisher Kaati Gaffney says, “We
are experienced digital marketers specializing in live music events. During
this time of pandemic, while festivals and events are virtual, it is our
pleasure to provide this service.”
“As we go through this difficult time, people are
home and online, now more than ever. Blues music heals – no one will have to
give up their music, we just have to deliver it to them in different ways.
Videos that previously got a couple views, are getting higher responses within
minutes, which shows the huge increase in online activity.”
Blues Festival Guide and their parent company, RBA
Publishing, Inc., are offering this service for free to artists and fans.
The annual Blues Festival Guide magazine was the 2008
recipient of the prestigious Keeping the Blues Alive Award from the Blues
Foundation out of Memphis, TN. The magazine and its subsidiary media products
(including a weekly electronic newsletter called the Blues Festival E-Guide)
are considered experts sources of blues festival information in the United
States and Canada.