DeliRadio Connects Bands and Fans Via Streaming Music, Location-Based Web and Mobile Apps, and Fan2Fan and Fan2Band Sharing, Friending and Messaging

Jan 29, 2013, 07:00 ET from DeliRadio

BERKELEY, Calif., Jan 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Bands and fans alike have been flocking to DeliRadio (, a completely free app that helps you find live music in your area online, on-the-go via mobilization, and in real-world venues through location-based technology. DeliRadio is connecting music artists and music lovers everyday.

DeliRadio helps to promote a band's shows and tours by geo-locating the user and streaming music of bands coming to their area or playing at club's close to them that very night or in any date range set by the user. An astonishing 2.5% of users click through to buy tickets to these shows. Similar to Opentable or UrbanSpoon, DeliRadio helps you plan your evening with a few simple clicks. You set the filters to the genre, time frame and distance and a playlist of all the bands playing in the area pops up. You can preview the bands by listening to the playlist and pick your show.

DeliRadio's primary goal is to drive fans to see live music. All content on DeliRadio is 100% artist controlled, allowing bands to upload music, photos and videos at their discretion. It also allows artists to sell music directly to their fans at no cost.  A wide range of local and national acts have already signed up for DeliRadio including fan favorites such as My Morning Jacket, Sleigh Bells Beach House, Kurt Vile, The Head And The Heart and more.

Labels and management companies have also been using the service to spread the word about their bands' tours and music. "More than anything else, touring artists and their content partners want their music streamed to audiences in places where they have upcoming concerts. The exposure benefits both ticket and music sales, " says DeliRadio founder Wayne Skeen. "Many, if not most, artists working today own some of their own content - or work with labels who embrace progressive promotional tools like DeliRadio. For them, getting the music heard - particularly in 'concert markets' - is paramount" says Skeen.

For more information visit or download the free DeliRadio app in the App Store.

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