What’s on this site:
Lincolnshire Arts and Music Bulletin supports everything Lincolnshire especially:
New member registrations are MOST welcome. This allows members to comment on the site Forum.
Applications for membership that include an email address which is on a list of bots will be rejected.
There is now a “Pending” status for ALL New Registrations. Current Members are unaffected.
New/Sealed Robert Wyatt CDs
NEW/SEALED Robert Wyatt CD’s now available in our online shop!
Our new initiative, “Mental Illness, Disability – Music and Art” (MIDMA) has launched today. Please check it out and contribute wherever and however you can.
A “Tuition” link HAS BEEN added to the “Musicians” and “Visual Artists” categories.
Tutors for other main menu categories are invited to request a “Tuition” link within their category.
You must have a Profile Page on LAAMB to apply for a Tuition link.
The Crafts section is now included within the Visual Arts menu category.
New Collaboration launched.
Lincolnshire Arts and Music Bulletin is pleased to announce a new association with Siren Radio’s “Local Music Spotlight” initiative.
Follow the Link below to see how Lincolnshire musicians can get their tracks aired, free of charge.
This site is dedicated to promoting Artists and Musicians in Lincolnshire. We aim to combine the marketing of local art and music, with interviews and sales of material produced within Lincolnshire.
Lincolnshire has a vast Arts and Music presence, and it’s not until you start working within it, that you realise just how big it is. Getting word out about the industry in our county can sometimes be quite intense. So we’ve combined basic Profile and Contact pages with social media marketing, and this is starting to obtain results, with exposure both within the UK, and overseas.
Dave Hunt has built quite a following in the USA, even recording a duet with American Country singer, Donna Shaw. Kieran Campbell also managed to get some airplay in the states, with his former band, The Stallers.
Louth artist, Jayne Cooper is gaining popularity globally with her series of studies of Robert Wyatt, “Great Wall of Wyatt” receiving interest from the USA, South America and Europe.
Festivals, such as the Louth Zero Degrees Festival and Gig in the Garden at the Priory Hotel, are also projects that LAAMB helps to promote. Venues too get a listing, with the Market Rasen Festival Hall and the Grimsby Central Hall as well as The Yardbirds Club in Grimsby, all having a Profile.
Please look around, and enjoy this site, and if you are involved in the Arts in Lincolnshire, please consider having a FREE Profile on Lincolnshire Arts and Music Bulletin.