Submit A Song To IMRadio
To Help Your Career & Musicians In Need


IMRadio (aka Independent Musician Radio) provides free radio airplay and revenue opportunities to independent bands around the world. And now they’ve teamed up with Sweet Relief, a charity organization that helps musicians who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability, or age-related problems.

Here’s your chance to gain worldwide exposure for your music and help musicians in dire need. Playing music never felt so good. Check it out at www.imradio.com/views/mainparts/Submit_Song.php

And on Friday, October 14th & Saturday, October 15th over 200 music venues will participate in the annual NIGHT OF SWEET RELIEF and donate $1 of each ticket sold to benefit this charitable IMRadio & Sweet Relief effort.

These benefit gigs will be well promoted by Sweet Relief & IMRadio. Click here to learn more.


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