From the beginning, Bandzoogle had a simple goal: to empower musicians to build effective websites for their music. It all started in 1999, with a single band website, built by Bandzoogle’s founder Chris Vinson for his alt-rock band, Rubberman. Grass roots promotion, plus the online community that the website created helped the band get a record deal. In between tours, Chris worked at the record label, building websites for multi-platinum selling artists. To save time, he built a “control panel” to let managers and artists make the changes themselves. Realizing this could also help independent bands and musicians build and update their own websites, Chris launched Bandzoogle in late 2003. Now, more than a decade later, tens of thousands of artists around the world use Bandzoogle every day to build their website and promote their music online.