Since 1995, we have created and maintained clean, simple, graphical, informative, cost-effective websites for entertainers and the arts, as well as clients in many other fields. We have created websites from a troubadour's dreams, often in a box filled with old newspaper clippings, as well as outside graphic designers' polished presentations. We were among the first on the web to provide on-line sales, blogs, and updated performance schedules for our clients. As we have evolved with the web, we now specialize in maintenance and updates of sites, created by us or by others; product fulfillment and e-mail handling and response; and numerous services for artist's media and management. We pride ourselves on very fast response to client needs, and we treasure our clients.
Tony Levin - A client for 18 years, the renowned bassist (King Crimson, Peter Gabriel, and hundreds of albums) was one of the very first bloggers. His first personal diary entries, with photos mailed from concerts around the world, gave way to immediate digital photographs. This site, which Tony updates constantly while on the road, has been viewed in hundreds of countries by millions of loyal fans. We were tasked to keep things at least orderly.
Tom Rush first introduced
the world to the songs of Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne, and James Taylor in the '60s. A top-10% Music Site Award Winner, this was one
of the very first artist web sites to allow fans easy access to playing schedules,
tickets for concerts, and online merchandise sales. Tom is celebrating his 51st year in the business. In addition to the web presence, we have also stepped-in to handle email, fulfillment, and office services.
Michael Franks -
With 20 albums
to his credit, along with a number of major hits (Popsicle Toes),
Michael's gentle songs have topped pop charts and delighted listeners
for years. He is currently at work on a new album.
Ray Pool is a world-class harpist, teacher and arranger. He has played on Broadway, in concerts around the globe, and was for years the resident harpist at the world-famous Waldorf=Astoria in New York City. His teaching videos now on his site have delighted harpists worldwide.
Russell Connor is
a painter, art historian and social commentator whose work provides wry delight with historical
Bev Bergeron - Past
President of IBM (the International Brotherhood of Magicians), Bev is a legend
in the world of magic and a wonderful entertainer.
Through the years, we have also done work for
John Hammond; Tom Paxton; John Sebastian; Artie Traum; John Hall; Livingston Taylor; Annie Sims; John Lithgow; Jesse Gress; Kate Taylor; Anni Clark; John Compton; Warren Bernhardt; Joe Lamont; Hugh Taylor; Pipeline Entertainment; Jan Jennings; Sally Taylor; Greg Prestopino; Deborah Henson-Conant; Greg Sims; Jon Albrink; Marianne Osiel; Robbie Dupree; Bill Elliott Swing Orchestra; Ron Seggi; Jesse Gress; Josh White, Jr.; The American Harp Society; the film DEEPWATER; and the legendary James Montgomery.
Clients in other fields have included Antrim House Books; Qualtool; Wallace & Washburn; Dr. Marlene Steinberg; Mark 4 Construction; Coffee Creek Railroad Car Restoration Project; High Iron Travel; Fall Brook Railway; Chris Huntington; Florida Beach Condo Rentals; Siam Orchid Restaurant; Bill Fitzhugh; ATS Consulting; Outermost Inn; Renee Askins; Kant-Twist Tools; Walden Grille, and numerous small businesses in Maine including the Wyeth Museum.
A comment about our work.