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Video: Stories From The Road

MikeGoodrickDuring a recent trip to Phoenix, AZ, the RYFO staff had breakfast with a RYFO artist, Mike Goodrick. And where else would would we eat?! You guessed it, Waffle House. We couldn’t help but wonder how many artists have experienced this same scenario..

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Artists: ArtistData.com + RYFO.ORG = Care Packs!?

ArtistDataHave you heard of ArtistData.com? It might just change your band’s life. It allows you to update ALL of your band’s social media profiles from ONE place, including your shows. And once you load your upcoming shows, login to your RYFO.ORG account and sync with ArtistData (found in “Band Settings”). There’s a good chance that if you do, fans on RYFO.ORG will see your band coming through town, and show up to your show with the carepack items you list in your RYFO account!


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