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Musician? Feature a track from your latest album at All About Jazz - Free!

Musician? Feature a track from your latest album at All About Jazz - Free!
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Musicians and record labels can greatly raise the aware of their new releases by participating in All About Jazz's Track of the Day program. Track of the Day is 100% free and an effective way to promote an artist, promote a new record and drive album sales.

Submit Track—Raise Awareness—Drive Traffic

Leverage All About Jazz's reach and relevancy by submitting a full length MP3 to our track of the day program. If approved, your featured track will raise the awareness of your new album and drive traffic to a retail store page of your choosing,

GET STARTED

If you have any questions about Track of the Day, contact Michael Ricci.

Track Submission Guidelines

  • We feature full length tracks only.
  • You must have an All About Jazz musician page to be featured (learn more);
  • 128kbps to 192kbps recording quality preferred (track must be under 20mb);
  • We prefer material from new(er) releases, though live and unreleased material will be considered;
  • When submitting a track, you can provide a link to your website and to a retail store page.

Track Facts

  • All About Jazz has generated several million track listens since the program started in 2005;
  • Most tracks generate 1,000-1,500 listens in the first month. Our top track has generated over 110,000 listens;
  • You can monitor the listen count from your track's page;
  • Tracks are archived indefinitely unless a formal take down request is submitted;
  • Your tracks are also accessible from your musician page.

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