Appalachian Jamwich Magazine has recently partnered with freelance music reporter Ryan Neeley of Wintersville, OH to expand their reach into Ohio, northern West Virginia and Western Pennsyvania, in the process becoming one of the fastest growing music magazines in the eastern United States.
Covering music festivals such as All Good, Dark Star Jubilee, Camp Barefoot, WerkOut, and The Recipe Cookout, the magazine has brought the jamband scene to their subscriber's front door, with in-depth interviews, art, culture and reviews of concerts, festivals, and albums in the jamband scene.
"Adding Ryan (Neeley) has allowed us to expand to the Pittsburgh/Columbus/
ABOUT APPALACHIAN JAMWICH - Originally established by Daniel King, Eric Omstead and Elise Olmstead in April 2012, the publication is released on a monthly basis with 5000 copies in distribution. Distribution points include, but are not limited to Shepherdstown, WV; Martinsburg, WV; Charles Town, WV, Hagerstown, MD; Frederick, MD; Baltimore, MD; Charlottesville, VA, Richmond, VA; Asheville, NC; Dayton, OH; Columbus, OH; Pittsburgh, PA; Wheeling, WV. The Appalachian Jamwich team attends a minimum of 2 music events per week focusing on a specific demographic of music and art enthusiasts. The Appalachian Jamwich website has a verifiable Alexa ranking, provides original content seperate from the publication, receiving almost 600 page views per day from over 200 unique IP address hits. Published by Daniel King, Appalachian Jamwich strives to be the best independent entertainment magazine in the US while helping to support local and regional acts through promotion and other means.
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