You’re up and coming. You changed your bassist twice. Your background vocalist 4 times and your drummeur 16 times.
However many times you exchanged those people.
Unless they are the bassist of iron maiden, trivium or another big band that is relevant to your genre please keep them out. Your Wikipedia can be a page to do that. Detailed bandmembers – from what time to what time. Why. And so on. (Yes you can modify your wikipedia. WHY the hell not)
Your “Bio” or “About” text should give people an idea of the W’s.
Why, What, Where, Who and When.
I’m going to let you encode this yourself.
We are in a time where the attention span of the majority of people is at like 2% and lot of people hate reading. There’s podcasts and video. You don’t necessarily have to read if you want to know something. It saves you time. Time is king. Time is the asset.
Keep it simple and to the point. Please.
You can of course and for sure do a video about you. Which is called “Electronic Press Kit”
Take this as a reference. This is amazing.
It’s 2017 – we’re holding pieces of glass in our hands and there are cars that drive themselves.
There are no boundaries in telling your bands’ story.
Video, Audio, Text.
I mean if you want to write a novel about your bands history – do it. But the people that are maybe interested in working with you may not want to read it. Because it takes their time.
Thank you for reading and maybe eventually watching 🙂
this is number six and I’m gonna sorry but I’m gonna have to tell you that no
one cares about feet so Steve is the guy that was the second drummer that has
been rehearsing with you for three weeks in but he kind of didn’t want to
play at all so he barely played a show with you but his was having a kind of
bailed on you so you’ve been going with Dave instead and steve is as well the
third guitarist you had in who played two shells but got too drunk to
really hold up with you and steve is as well the second backup vocalist you had
last year no one cares about him please don’t put him in your bench description
unless see this a bass player of Iron Maiden don’t put him in there there’s a
hundred people and all these of those hundred people are actually going to
read your bands description and one out of them is gonna ask you what’s with
Steve and you’re gonna tell him what’s up with Steve so keep it simple keep it
short and keep our stuff that doesn’t matter right now whoever is going to be
interested in your band it’s going to read that and he’s interested in what’s
going on right now he doesn’t care about the he wants to interact with the actual
band that’s playing right now don’t put steep in there