Have you ever went to a once in a lifetime concert and enjoyed each and every minute from the opening band to the encore? Perhaps you have waited years to finally see a classic band in concert. Or, maybe you just love to frequent concerts of current, top artists.
Whatever the case, if you are like me, you leave most concerts with a mixture of feelings. The live performance was an experience like none other. Actually watching the artist perform from a few feet away is a completely different experience than jamming to their recorded CD in your bedroom. You leave the concert pumped from the performance.
Yet, a small part of you is sad that the night had to end so quickly. You know that their CD version will never live up to the live performance you just witnessed.
But, what if there was a way for bands and artists to offer exclusive video and music clips of that night’s performance? If you are thinking CDs with a couple songs, think again. Burning multiple copies of CDs would be too time consuming. And it would be difficult to get patrons to wait around for a CD that may eventually scratch and skip.
You want to share your experience with friends and family for years to come. Many bands make comebacks years later. An artist that my mom listened to in the 80‘s may suddenly become popular to my generation. Imagine seeing live footage from a band that has made a comeback. You want to be able to dig through memorabilia and relive those moments. Previously unheard of, it is now possible.
What if that band or artist offered a music flash drive filled with clips from that night’s performance? Fans could purchase the flash drive and have a piece of memorabilia that they can show off for years. I can think of several concerts I would have paid extra to bring home the live performances of my favorite songs.
But the flash drive doesn’t have to stop with just music and video clips from the performance. They could also offer exclusive interviews, tour videos and pictures, and even sneak peaks at upcoming releases. Links to fan registration pages and the band’s website or online store could also be included. All of this can be made accessible exclusively to fans who purchase a flash drive.
Aside from the flash drive’s content, the band can even be creative with the exterior appearance. Create a drawing of a customized flash drive shape, size, and color, and a handful of makers of flash drives in Australia, the US, and elsewhere can turn your creative picture into reality. Customized flash drives can be created in a variety of materials including plastic, leather, solid metal, rubberized plastic, aluminum, or wood. This is your one chance to catch the fans’ eyes as they exit the venue.
One of the best flash drive designers has previously partnered up with Aderra and Indiedrive to create exclusive content on a unique, durable flash drive. Take the time to create a flash drive that fans will enjoy for years to come.