Tracey Stones Productions, LLC is here to help you promote your music and live music events more effectively. We provide bands with the tools they need to get their message out to the public to build a fan base. We help venues manage and promote their music schedule. We assist communities in bringing live music events for their town folks to celebrate.
If you take the time to practice your craft, and invest in the equipment to make your sound unique, take it to the next level so to make sure people know where to hear you.
Tracey Stones Productions can provide you with the tools you need to attract fans and better gig opportunities. We can write fresh web pages that describe your band project or solo act. TSP offer affordable photography services to get live pictures and staged pics for your website and social media pages. Coaching services are available also. This will teach you how to run your band like a business. We offer many services including on-camera interviews with a professional journalist with years of experience interviewing musicians. Fans love getting to know artists and we all have an interesting story to tell! Let's tell yours together!
Bars, clubs and other music venue owners, we are here for you too! We can highlight your venue, talk about the history and what’s new and exciting. We can take pictures of the food, the venue, and the staff. But that is not all we can do! We help create calendars for your live music schedule. We can keep the entertainment fresh and exciting for your patrons, by matching your room and budget with the right acts. We will hire the bands, promote the dates and create the calendar! Music event and festival organizers, we are here to write your press releases and/ or just help get the word out about your upcoming event.
Tracey Stones is the owner and creator of this operation. Stones, has been connecting people to music by way of her words for more than 30 years. She has experience as a band manager, press agent, published music journalist, radio DJ and most recently has journeyed the road of self-employed blogger publishing www.ncmz.live each week for the NC music scene. Her work on publishing a weekly blog has generated excitement and enthusiasm for our local music scene. Now looking to expand that excitement, she has launched a company that will work for the bands and venues in support of this exciting live music scene.