• Artists on the Move

2020...We're ready to go

Updated: Jan 1, 2020

As we start year four of the All You Got Tour and year three of Artists on the Move, we feel so fortunate to have supported many artists development, successes and career milestones.

2019 recap....

  • Finished a successful All You Got Tour season with 30 shows throughout MA, including 7 seaside stages and many new venues; Food Truck Festivals of America, Lawn on D and Loretta's Last Call. The majority of the shows were captive audiences/large attendance events which will be a continued focus in 2020.

  • Managed a successful band program with two tour bands which had close to 20 band members, and had in total over 40 artists on the tour.

  • Built a super popular open mic competition series at Loretta's Last Call with the last 2019 event having almost 30 performers participating. Over 350 artists have participated in the events.

  • Grew Artists on the Move to 15 talented artists

  • Added Braintree as a location to service south shore artists

  • Added Bristol Studios as a location to service Boston based artists

  • Added over five new clubs/performance venues for future AOTM and All You Got Tour shows

  • Have over 25 venue relationships

  • Have 85% of artists writing and recording music they have written

  • Maintained a 85% client retention rate since inception

  • Had 8 songs released by artists

  • Added the Hatch Shell as an anchor venue for the 2020 All You Got Tour season as well as as a hotel, food hall and other top Boston clubs.

  • Had two artists selected as finalists for New England Sings

  • Had our 30 blogs posted read by 4,120 people with the blog on Alexa Cabral having a record 744 views.

  • 90% of artists we've made presentations to joined Artists on the Move

  • Have had two artists as finalists in Burlington Idol and two artists in New England Sings finals, with one placing 2nd and winning a package valued at over $6,000

  • Have had artists get admitted to their top choice colleges, write and record their first original songs, develop resumes, perform at top quality venues, collaborate on songs both for social media posts and in the studio, accumulate Spotify streams, obtain strong traction on social media and overall expand their visibility.

In 2020 we plan to focus on the following:

  • Organize AOTM artist sessions to encourage more artist interaction and networking events

  • Organize AOTM original song critique events

  • Structure the tour with five anchor venue relationships (these have been identified)

  • Add more AOTM showcase events at new and different venues

  • Focus more on songwriting with artists collaborating on writing and recording

  • Restructure the 2020 tour band program

  • Expand AOTM artist group

  • Introduce VIP coaching and lesson program

  • Introduce artist referral program to existing clients

Facebook activity had many posts that had organic reaches of over 1,000, with many over 1,500.....3,100 reach for Melissa Fine's new original "Holy Water", 5,700 reach for Stephen Sifflard's collaboration with Emily Shively on a cover video for "Shallow". 7,600 reach for Zoe Ritchie's video clip of debut single "Blue Eyes" and 1,700 for the video link post, 1,900 reach for Spinging Open Mic photos at Loretta's Last Call, 1,700 reach for Alexa Cabral's Christmas song at Time Out Market's Holiday Hype Showcase, 1,200 reach for congratulations flyer for week 2 Songriffic winners, 1,018 reach for Stephen Sifflard's performance at New England Sings, and 1,100 reach for debut performance of Caleb Cascio's original "On Mars".

The post with the highest engagement activity which was at 925 was the video of "Shallow" by Stephen Sifflard and Emily Shively. The post with the highest sharing activity with 38 shares was the live video post of Alexa Cabral's performance at the Loretta's Last Call Open Mic.

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