Magazine Introduces Network Of Local Music Community
Websites for Central New Jersey
Three new websites
help Upstage Magazine cover the Central New Jersey music
scene like never before.
(PRWEB) -- Upstage Magazine is proud to introduce its
network of local music community websites. Three websites
have been created to help promote the Central New Jersey
music scene. The sites include AsburyMusic.com (Asbury Park
and Jersey Shore), TrentonMusic.com (Trenton and Princeton
areas) and BrunswickMusic.com (New Brunswick area).
Each of the websites contains news, features and event
listings from Upstage Magazine. In addition, the sites will
provide exclusive content specific to the particular region.
This content includes local music news, features, message
boards, link directories, area information, musician
resources and artist profiles.
Upstage Magazine, an arts and entertainment publication
covering Central New Jersey, is quickly becoming the leading
source for music news in the region. Upstage is printed
monthly and distributed for free in New Brunswick, Trenton,
Princeton, Red Bank, Asbury Park, Long Branch, Point
Pleasant, Lakewood, Toms River and various towns along the
Each issue contains news, features and event listings for
art, theatre, music, comedy, dance, poetry, independent film
and literature. In addition to the print publication, each
issue is placed online at http://www.UpstageMagazine.com.
Upstage Magazine is committed to supporting the local music
scene. In addition to covering national artists coming to
the area, Upstage has run features on such upcoming local
artists as Val Emmich, StereoSoul, the Ayes, Tommy Anton,
Boccigalupe & the Bad Boys, The Commons, and Kathy Phillips.
The magazine is supported by advertising, which ranges from
$25 to $300. Upstage believes in giving its advertisers more
for their ad dollars. Each ad is placed online at
UpstageMagazine.com and advertisers have the ability to run
online advertising throughout the music network. The
combination of Upstage Magazine and its network of local
music community websites helps advertisers reach more music
fans than ever before.
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