Arrow Entertainment & Red Moon Travelers Agree to Terms of New Management
Nashville & Seattle based Arrow Entertainment has just signed the Red Moon Travelers to the roster of talent they manage. This agreement is the first major industry notice the Red Moon Travelers have received, and both parties anticipate a bright future. Chris Sobonya will assume duties as their new manager and had some encouragning words, "Red Moon's song writing, vocal ability, fresh sound, and brand forms the complete package that country/rock music needs. With their music background and outgoing personality, I'm looking forward to helping them further develop and grow as artists. I'm excited to mentor them and be a part of their success."
So whats the next step for the Red Moon Travelers? Arrow Entertainment uses a tried-and-true method to advance their artists and bands. The key to this approach is discovering who the artists are at the core and bringing everything together to promote that. Chris explains, "Our 360o approach sets the foundation to build the Red Moon Travelers success. Our immediate goals include releasing new music, expanding the fan base, and setting them up with the right opportunites (bookings/events/sponsors) that will provide an enviornment of performance growth." Red Moon Travelers vocal lead, Rob Royer, was pumped up about the partnership, "Chris and Arrow Entertainment provides us with the foundation to have success and they bring a huge amount of industry knowledge with them. They are working on our brand, image, business model, and more. We are going to win together."
The release date for the debut Red Moon Travelers single is planned for mid to late May, but Rob hinted that it will be released when the details are in place. The best way to keep up with the Red Moon Travelers is to follow them on social media including Facebook and Twitter. "We are working on a single release party," Rob Royer adds "so be sure to follow our progress so you can keep up with all the details. It would rock to have you at the event."