BandPage Announces BandPage Everywhere!

BandPage Announces BandPage Everywhere, Giving Musicians a New Website and Ability to Embed Extensions Into Existing Sites and Blogs

Update Once, Publish Everywhere

When we built BandPage on Facebook many of you asked if you could ‘take it with you’ to your existing Website and blog. Well now you can.  Our new BandPage Everywhere features allow you to take any component of your BandPage (your music player, tour dates, videos or photo gallery ) and quickly and easily embed it on any of your other online properties.  You can use our customizable widgets to easily manage and showcase your content on your various websites without having to call your web developer or know how to code.  And once the widgets have been embedded, updating your content is as easy as logging into and making the appropriate changes.  All updates to your widgets immediately happen in real time.  Managing your content across multiple places has never been easier!

BandPage Widgets

BandPage Widgets are made to blend seamlessly into your existing website or blog design using our transparency slider and black or white background color options.


Our BandPage Website is the easiest way to set up a professional looking artist website in a matter of minutes.  We automatically pull in all of your shows, photos, videos, bio and music from your BandPage Profile and display it in a clean and sleek looking format.

Maroon 5's BandPage Website


The BandPage team is committed to finding new and innovative ways for bands to connect with their fans. We’ve got some great things coming in the next few weeks, and we’d love to hear your feedback, or any questions that you may have.

Our mission here at BandPage is to build the solutions you asked for that make a difference in your day-to-day lives.  For more info on BandPage Everywhere, you can also check out our Press Release


J Sider and the BandPage Team

18 thoughts on “BandPage Announces BandPage Everywhere!

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  7. A developer’s arena would be amazing. For example, we built a site for our band from scratch. We like the way our information is displayed (although your widgets are more attractive than most!):

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