It’s been a just over three weeks since the new music consultation agency, Lightning In A Bottle (LIAB) launched. The project is the brainchild of Wayward Sons and ex-Little Angels front man, Toby Jepson and former Panic Cell bassist and Stampede Press owner, Rob Town.
With over 30 years of combined music industry experience between them, Toby and Rob wanted to create a ‘one-stop shop’ where musicians and bands could obtain advice and guidance about the industry; they offer consultation packages, PR and marketing advice, workshops and music production and songwriting. In addition, they offer mentoring and education services, giving the benefit of their experience, both on stage and behind the scenes.
LIAB’s ethos is ‘The Art is the Heart’; they believe that everything comes back to great songwriting, especially in these times of saturated social media, where the pressure to get music out to an ever widening audience can result in a lack of purpose and proper planning for artists and bands.
In just under a month, LIAB has been gathering momentum and support from across the industry; several interviews have emerged with high profile rock radio shows, including Great Music Stories with Guy Bellamy on Meridian FM.
Rob Town and Toby Jepson, founders of Lightning In A Bottle
The vision for LIAB is to be a support platform for musicians, to help inform, encourage and support and empower them, and to bring a real, honest approach to the issues and challenges that many bands and music artists face on a daily basis.
For more information, you can get in touch with Rob and Toby on firstname.lastname@example.org or see the links below:
Guy Bellamy’s Great Music Stories interview – July 26 2018