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7 Cities Booking Major Gigs Now Through Far True

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This week's gig roundup dives deep into opportunities hosted through Far True, a progressive music, art, skate, and multimedia company dedicated to consulting, booking, artist representation, and promoting music artists countrywide. With ops already running in NYC, LA, ATL, DC, and Richmond, Far True has recently added shows in Miami and is seeking Sonicbids artists to fill their fall bills.

30 Sonicbids Artists Bump Alongside Wu-Tang Clan, Lil Wayne at A3C 2018

Image via SonicbidsFrom October 3-7, All Three Coasts festival, or A3C, brought the best in hip-hop to Atlanta with performances by Wu-Tang Clan, Lil Wayne, Saweetie, J.I.D., Westside Gunn and Conway, Trina, and other absolute bangers. Also on that star-studded bill? Thirty Sonicbids artists!

Huge Ops to Intimate Spots: Canadian Music Week, the Tender Trap, and More

Image via SonicbidsThis week, we're featuring gigs to complement performers of all levels, including performance opportunities at Canadian Music Week, Brooklyn's Tender Trap, Oregon's Waypost, and more. Click through for more gigs, whether you're ready for the big stage or just testing the waters.

Closing Soon: 4 Gigs Perfect for Artists Who Got Soul

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This week’s roundup features soul, funk, jazz, and groove gigs closing soon that artists in up-and-coming music cities (i.e., not NYC/LA) will want to jump on and fast.

The Foxfires: a Sonicbids Success Story

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Here at Sonicbids, we’re always happy to see our musicians succeed. We’ve started this series, Sonicbids Success Stories, as an opportunity to highlight our artists’ achievements, hear their stories and get their advice and insight on an ever changing industry.

Recently we sat down with Adam Kahn, bassist of the newly signed, New York bred ‘Seagaze’ band, The Foxfires. Adam said he’d had a downright hectic day, squeezing in some time while in the car, GPS directions intermittently sounding in the background as we talked.

Adam’s tone quickly shifted, however, into that of cheery optimism. Bright and engaging, he talked at length on the importance of “staying the course”, the lessons learned in overcoming strife and bringing positivity to a world and industry that batters you with negativity.