Rightside and Bandzoogle announced a partnership where Bandzoogle will offer .Rocks and .Band new gtlds to musicians and bands that use their services.
From the release:
Bandzoogle is offering Rightside’s Top Level Domains (TLDs) to its customers, beginning with .ROCKS, a new web extension that launched earlier this year, and .BAND, which will open for pre-registration later this month. The company will incorporate the new domains into its offering that helps musicians, bands, ensembles, DJs, and musical acts of all kinds connect with their fans and build an online presence.
“The musical community is incredibly diverse, and the .ROCKS and .BAND domains offer opportunities for creativity to flourish in new ways on the web,” said David Dufresne, CEO of Bandzoogle. “No longer limited by the scarcity of .COM addresses, we are helping musical acts from newly formed jazz bands to world-famous rock groups better define their online identity while making it easier for their audiences to find and engage with them in the digital realm.”
“We’re very excited to team up with Bandzoogle to offer .ROCKS and .BAND domains throughout the music industry,” said Dwayne Walker, SVP of business and market development for Rightside. “Bandzoogle is the ideal partner to combine professional websites with new .ROCKS and .BAND web addresses.”
Read the whole release here