Through a network of highly qualified connections we can coordinate a variety of management services to get your music Heard and Seen. We will bring an experienced cost effective team together to fit your requirements and budget within the evolving modern music world, leaving you to concentrate on what you do best; writing, recording and playing.
- Gig booking and tour management.
- Artist or Band management.
- Marketing, PR, Social Media campaigns.
- Liaison and management of recording and production services.
Heard and Seen will work with you to create a coordinated campaign to advance your music career that will fit your budget whilst raising your profile and building a fan base for your music.
Whether you need help in recording or publicising your new album or to promote a tour, event or venue we will create and manage a plan to meet your requirements.
We can tailor our involvement to your requirements working from an advisory role through to a full artist/band management service.
We work with national and local press, with print media, radio, TV and online and campaign directly with services such as press packs and releases, article placement or social media management.
To support your marketing activity we can arrange photo shoots and the writing of biographies and articles.
Artist Reference – Singer/Songwriter Ed Goodale has been working with Heard and Seen for five years. We have carefully managed all aspects of Ed’s career to fit with his aim of steady growth for an enduring musical career doing what he loves best.
With Heard and Seen help, Ed has played at gigs and festivals throughout the UK and Europe and has recorded & launched his debut album ‘The Same But Different’.
Ed is rapidly developing a strong following on the UK music scene and is in the process of writing and recording his second album ‘The Gift’ from which he launched his latest recording, the ‘Don’t Take No For An Answer’ EP, at The Underworld in Camden in December 2015.
Quote from Ed – ‘Heard and Seen have been an important part of my musical career managing all the things that I hate doing leaving me to concentrate on writing, recording and performing; each year the guys are getting me bigger and better gigs and festival slots and I can tell by the contacts I receive that my music is getting out there’.