(PRESS RELEASE) Online music retailer Tryxo announced that it would be hosting a Sponsor Stage at the IndieGrrl Conference being in Nashville on August 20 – 23, 2009. Founded by business consultant and music executive
Natalie Vandersluis, Tryxo is positioning itself as an alternative online music retail partner for independent female musicians and songwriters worldwide by leveraging her music industry experience with her expertise in customer relationship management for international brands such as International Paper, Bayer, Cemex, and Siemens.
“It is a pleasure for us at TryXo to provide talented female artists with the opportunity to present their work at the Indiegrrl Conference,” noted Natalie. “When we were approached about the possibility to have a sponsor stage at the Conference, we did not have to think twice about it. Now, we are looking for you, the talented, driven females out there to join TryXo and sign up for one of the up to 20 showcase spots available!”
Female bands (female fronted and/or strong female presence) interested in being considered for one of Tryxo’s Indiegrrl Showcases are invited to follow these simple steps:
1. register for free with Tryxo
2. Upload a minimum of 3 songs to be eligible (songs require approval)
3. email us at email@example.com with the following information:
i) Title (band):
ii) Name of all band members:
iv) Live video (YouTube) link if available:
*** Submission deadline: June 1, 2009 ***
Tryxo is an online music store offering DRM-free digital downloads of the best independent music to music lovers worldwide. Focused on providing artists with the best retail solution in the industry, the company offers free account registration and 75% royalty on all digital music sales. Recognizing the importance of providing a compelling music shopping experience in a competitive market, Tryxo offers uniform download price of $.59, high-quality music pre-approved by its staff as well as unlimited downloads/copies of purchased music for multiple computers and music players. Tryxo will be launching online radio streams to better promote its artists to customers.