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WE ARE KINDLY SEEKING YOUR HELP
Established in 2012 by professional musicians and music lovers, our independent online platform was created for artists to be heard by as wide an audience as possible. From our headquarters in Port Credit, Ontario, Canada we have been broadcasting over fifty radio shows weekly playing music by independent artists and have grown into a global community hub. We have been the voice of the artist to tens of thousands of listeners who tune in on a daily/weekly basis, bringing music to them that cannot be found on mainstream platforms.
The substantial costs of running such a successful platform have been steadfastly met by the three founders, who, like all the volunteers at the station, are passionate about independent artists. They have helped countless numbers, not only by creating the platform to play their music, but also by connecting them with our vast network of contacts around the world to
help secure performances from living rooms and small halls to theatres and festivals, and
by encouraging listeners in many countries to attend live performances and to buy music
The station has always remained commercial free, ensuring we never interrupt the music
we play with annoying adverts. All our music is hand picked, we have no one pulling our
strings, so you can expect to hear artists that you might never have been exposed to in a
vast array of genres, but in this very difficult time, we need your help.
We are asking that if you are in a position to help, you can do so by kindly making a
donation to ensure the station remains operational, continuing to support artists
around the world in THEIR time of need.
Be assured your donation will go directly to Blues & Roots Radio's ongoing operational
costs. No matter how large or small the contribution, you will be helping to keep us
online as an essential link between musicians, listeners and music lovers around the world.
We thank you for your consideration and continued support.
The BRR Team extends our very best wishes to all in these trying times.
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