In two years, the web-based magazine has grown its staff of contributors in four countries - the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Spain - covering more than 400 concerts with reviews and photos, and interviewing more than 100 recording artists.
Additionally, Concert Blogger has provided its readers with more than 50 giveaway opportunities, and consistent insight into the hottest new music with its "Breaking New Music" and "Breaking New Bands" sections, with direct access via BreakingNewMusic.com and BreakingNewBands.com, respectively.
"It's been great watching the site build a loyal following, creating relationships and partnerships with record labels, venues and promoters, and taking the site off-line with promotional events," said Mark Sincavage, Concert Blogger founder and Editor-in-Chief. "I had an idea that Concert Blogger Music Magazine had the potential to become a major brand, but never realized it would happen so quickly. I am very thankful for all our success and continue to stay focused on building the company."
In its third year, Concert Blogger Music Magazine is on track for further expansion by zeroing in on local music scenes alongside its national coverage. "The Local Scene" will feature articles and concert reviews of established local bands and regional happenings. "The Local Scene" will initially focus on American cities but it is expected to open up globally.
Concert Blogger will also begin a weekly "Featured Video," a "Soundcheck"
Concert Blogger Music Magazine is a Google news provider and has iTunes integration with direct content links, Album Discovery Widgets, and Playlists.