RootMusic, a San Francisco-based startup that essentially makes it easier for bands and musicians to set up phenomenal-looking pages on Facebook, has raised $2.3 million in financing according to an SEC filing.
If you’d like to learn more about RootMusic, check out Orli’s post, but basically, RootMusic lets musicians and bands establish fancy Facebook pages, featuring artwork, music, photos, videos, a concert calendar and whatnot.
There’s a free option and a paid option for bands who want to dive deeper into the customization of their so-called ‘BandPage’.
We reached out to RootMusic about the financing round, but they declined to provide more details at this point. We’ll update their CrunchBase profile when they get around to do so.
BandPage is the central location for musicians to update music, bio, photos, videos, and show dates and push them out to their other websites. BandPage’s mission is to revolutionize the way musicians, fans and the industry interact. They aim to become the most trusted music technology company by continually creating new opportunities to discover and experience music online. Used by over 500,000 musicians ranging from local bands to singers and performers like Rihanna, Jimi Hendrix, Mayday Parade and many more, BandPage is a fully-featured...