The BANG! Arts Q&A is an effort to honor our focus of actively supporting artists, arts venues & small businesses while stimulating discussion & response informed by our participants and patrons. The questions are geared toward uncovering facets of our clientele previously undisclosed, less recognized or chiefly desired for focus.- Continue Reading -
As a part of our marketing efforts, Bang! Arts has been hired to help collect and create visual assets (promotional shorts, teaser trailers and full concerts) for many of our clients. Need one for an upcoming project? Contact us today!- Continue Reading -
Hiring BANG! was the wisest decision we've made as a band so far. They did the promotion for our CD release party here in Savannah. We got featured in the Connect Savannah as well as the Savannah Morning News. Our release party was a wild success resulting in encores and rock star like treatment from the 100 or so friends and fans that made it out. We now have a solid press kit and an eager home town fan base, in addition to our album, to take into the future. We owe a lot to Bang! Arts and are so thankful we know them. -City Hotel
Beyond being charming, sweet and just darn personable, Deisha is a well-organized, detail-oriented, and consummate dedicated professional in a business where professionalism is usually nil. She is tenacious in her approach and every event we've worked together was meticulously executed; even dealing with 14 different bands or 56 artists. That is a true talent. On top of all this, she can also make a cello sing and howl! -BJ Richardson, Be Here Now Music Publishers
Deisha has been a huge asset for our company Twain's Billiards & Tap. We originally hired her as a booking agent, but she quickly became our press representative as well as in-house designer for every event we have. Her easy- going and personable manner, knowledge, creativity, and passion have helped push our company to the goals that we have been trying to reach. -Emily Strickland for Twain's Billiards and Tap
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The Goat Farm Presents: Live to Lathe Brought to The Goat Farm Arts Center by Bang! Arts • Long set from ...