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A leap forward in technology 

Although we are a band that has 40+ year history, and specializes in music that originally became popular 70+ years ago, we made a major leap forward in technology yesterday when we got our online ticket sales up and running. This was possible through our amazing hosting company, Bandzoogle.

Bandzoogle is a unique web host that specializes in assisting bands in creating websites that are are unique to them, and helps them shine the spotlight exactly where it needs to be. As a musician, I am not a professional web designer. I just learned how to create sites to showcase particular aspects of the instrument world.

When I heard about Bandzoogle from a drummer I used to work with, I thought this would be perfect for The Moonliters. It would allow us to create a site to act as a foundation, yet was adaptable to whatever our future needs might be. Fast forward to yesterday when we activated the Store portion of our site. 

If you are a musician, and are looking to update or develop a website for your group or solo act, I strongly encourage you to give Bandzoogle a look. The content management system (CMS) is easy to figure out, and they are constantly offering free webinars, advice, and ideas on how to improve your online presence. Their tech support is good as well. 

Want to know what's new with The Moonliters? 

These days there seems to be a lot going on with The Moonliters. A good way to keep up with what's new is to follow us on facebook. There we try to keep people up to date with the big news. 

Although we've never made use of a weblog, as the web person for the band, I am hoping that perhaps we can capture some of the smaller stuff here, on our website. How this weblog might evolve is completely a mystery at this point. Will it grow legs? Will it wither on the vine?

My hope is that it could be a place were band members come and contribute something themselves. It could be where our fans contribute as well. Who knows?

At this point anything is possible. For now I'm just going to put this here and to quote one of our songs: "Let's see what happens."