All the features your homepage needs
Just the right track
Add your songs and playlists
More bandwidth for your band
Bring your tunes to life with video
Add videos and photos, show clips from recent gigs, or have video play in the background of a stunning page header. We provide plenty of storage and a whole media library of stock images.
A hub for fans
Connect to social media in seconds
Already using Facebook or Instagram? Then it’s even easier to build your band website quickly. We’ll pull in your photos right from your existing accounts, so your pages are ready in minutes.
All about the merch
Earn money with an online store
Enjoy commission-free sales, right from your site. Sell albums, gear, t-shirts, and other swag, without transaction fees. We’ve got all the tools you need to manage your band’s sales.
Band sites made easy!
How to create a music website for free
Just starting out? Or already have a social media following? Either way, carving out a homepage for your music is the best way to get serious and reach a larger audience. And it’s free to start with these 6 easy steps.
Log in or sign up for free—no credit card required
We’ll start you off with a layout and tools specifically designed for music websites.
Click to edit and add text
Add your bio, calendar, press kit and recent news. Just click to change your text and design so it’s just how you want it.
Add your images
Save time by connecting your social media accounts, and pull in pictures you already have.
Add your music
Use music blocks to embed your favorite songs and playlists. Just paste in the link–no codes or widgets needed.
Add a booking block so that people can book you for events and shows, right through your website.
Publish your site—and you’re online!
Then follow our quick and easy tips to optimize your musician site even more!
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Music site FAQ
Why should every musician have a website?
Building a music website is the best solution for creating a centralized location where your fans can hear your songs and find out about your upcoming concerts and new releases. Musicians can also share photos, video and other media, and sell their merch all from the same place. Plus, a musician website shows bookers, agents, and others in the industry that you’re committed, professional, and that you take your craft seriously. It’s an important step to turn a hobby or idea into a real music career.
What pages should my music website have?
Your site has different audiences who are looking for different things: fans who want to find out where you’re playing next, new listeners who are hearing you for the first time, and people in the industry like bookers, promoters, and reporters. The best musician websites typically start with these pages:
Homepage: Make a first impression here with your most important info: upcoming shows, a mini-bio, and your top songs.
About or Bio: Put your full band or artist bio here so that clubs, music promoters, agents, and press can use this information in their write-ups about you.
Music: Add more playlists, music videos, or clips from your shows.
Merch: Fans of your music are eager to support you. The easiest way for them to do this is through a simple online store that’s built right in.
Press: Put a page aside for press clippings and your electronic press kit (EPK) so that reporters, critics, and bloggers have an easier time covering you.
Tour/Calendar: Whether you play around town or are travelling across the country a tour page is great for showing when, where, and with whom you will be appearing next.
How can I promote my music online?
How much does a musician website cost?
A sleek, professional musician or band website doesn’t have to cost a lot of money at all. In fact, you can get started with all the tools you need to post your playlists, text, photos, and videos absolutely free! Start your band website for free with a Play plan, then, when you’re ready to take things to the next level, invest in a paid plan that includes a custom address (domain) for the first year. These premium plans are only dollars a month, but they include dedicated customer support, automatic SEO, online store features, extra storage and bandwidth, and more.
What are some do’s and don’ts of music websites?
Do keep your design simple: The best music website designs are clean, modern, and show off your work without distractions. Don’t clutter it with a lot of visuals or unnecessary pages.
Do choose your best, and leave out the rest: Keep your site current with your favorite tracks, photos, and videos—don’t treat it like a filing cabinet for everything you’ve ever done. People have short attention spans and the more you can streamline your stuff, the more polished and professional you’ll look.
Do upgrade for a custom domain: Committing to a custom domain or website address, like www.mybandname.com shows that you’re committed to your band and that you’re investing in your career.
Don’t forget to include some text: While you might want your music to speak for itself, make sure to write text about yourself too. This will help search engines find your stuff and show it to the right people.
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