Collaboration Brings More Focus to TBAIMS LLC To Support Independent Music Artists; Music showcases on Wednesday, May 11th at the Doubletree Hotel and will follow that two days later with his first showcase back in New York since his move on Friday, May 13th at the Cutting Room

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Collaboration Brings More Focus to TBAIMS LLC To Support Independent Music Artists

New Website Helps Connect and Guide Music Artists

In the past several months, Jon Landers, the Founder & CEO of TBAIMS LLC has been working hard to build collaborations with many music industry professionals to include some of the top artist development agencies and vocal coaches from LA, Nashville, New York and Florida. In addition, he is connecting with more music festivals to provide the independent music artists in their growing family opportunities to perform at various venues across North America and soon on a global basis.

More recently, Mr. Landers has connected with MyJamTV to provide a means to broadcast future showcases live into Roku, TVtibi, Opra’s Channel and more to reach over 200 countries.

Since his move to Tampa, Florida this past October, Mr. Landers has been working hard to build a presence in the Tampa Bay Area and will be hosting his first of many music showcases on Wednesday, May 11th at the Doubletree Hotel and will follow that two days later with his first showcase back in New York since his move on Friday, May 13th at the Cutting Room.

Mr. Landers has also secured the help of  Mason Portell from Mass Division to help recreate a more interactive website that will be the catalyst to help music artists with their careers by having them join the website and share their biggest challenges in their music careers and help find solutions that makes the most sense going forward. He is workihg with other industry professionals that will help with offering the best guidance of how this industry is evolving due to the Internet and technologies that continue to change.

“I believe that when you build syergies with others in the music industry, whether it’s a music festival, artist development agency or music producter, and we all work as a team, you will find that the end result will be much more profound then by trying to compete with each other.”

Mr. Landers also is in the process of building a much better “mouse trap” in terms of how everyone connects within the music and entertainment industry.

 

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