Tune Takeout Signs Live Recording Deal with Blues Sensation Samantha Fish
Jan 02, 2014
Samantha Fish of the European based record label, Ruf Records (www.rufrecords.de ) has signed with Tune Takeout to record, sell and distribute digital recordings of select live music performances.
The first performance to be recorded is the sold out New Year's Eve show at Knuckleheads Bar and Saloon in Kansas City, 2013. Tune Takeout will sell the recordings to attendees before and during the show. Following the show, the download will be available for purchase online on the Tune Takeout website, becoming part of it’s growing catalog of live music.
“We have put a lot of work and effort into developing Tune Takeout into a ‘must do commerce opportunity’ for touring acts, festivals, and the live music industry
as a whole. Our product and our delivery is truly unique and is opening an entirely new revenue stream for the live music industry. We are very proud that Samantha and Ruf Records understand the opportunity Tune Takeout brings to the table”, said
Alan Harris, Founder and Managing partner of Tune Takeout.
About Tune Takeout
Tune Takeout records, sells, and distributes live music performances to audiences through our innovative applied technology methodology. Founded in Kansas City, Tune Takeout has since expanded to record live shows nationwide. Its business model represents a much needed vertical commerce opportunity for the live music industry.
Tune Takeout partners with music producers to provide a complete solution to capturing their performances, generating additional revenue and increasing song
inventory. Tune Takeout takes a complete commerce partner approach with music producers, having a value proposition based on revenue share rather than fees.