Phoenix credits their success to the internet giving them direct access to fans. In episode 4 of Inside Track they talk about blogging daily and giving away free music via their website.
On each episode of Inside Track, the worldâ€™s biggest recording artists reveal how theyâ€™re using the latest, innovative technologies to create their music and connect with fans. And they give their take on how this tech enhances your life. Check back every other week for a new episode.
About Inside Track:
Inside Track, the ultimate show for the tech savvy music fan, is launching Wednesday August 18th. Inside Track will be a one of a kind experience that brings fans up close and personal with their favorite recording artists while showing them how technology is changing the way the music industry records, tours and promotes music. Inside Track will also show fans how to take advantage of the latest and most innovative new technologies to enhance their own lifestyle beyond the world of music.
Inside Track viewers will gain insight into how popular artists use technology during the creative process and are given exclusive never before seen content in each original episode. The show features recording artist interviews, applications or games available on mobile phones, and news segments featuring stories from the music world. Emerging music technology companies may also be featured. During the first episode, Usher discusses how he uses social media as a way to connect with fans. The episode also features the TuneWiki mobile application, the latest album from Sting, and a news story about Twitter feeds being housed in the Library of Congress.
Each episode will be available on a variety of music and tech websites, but can always be found on the Inside Track Facebook page.
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