PR, Website and Media Services Firm,, Celebrates 14th Successful Year Helping the Music Industry

OurGig continues to bring in their brand of affordable yet personalized website and media services for musicians and artists.

Miami Beach, FL-4 September 2014. Celebrating their 14th year in service, Our Gig 2014 highlights with 2 NPR features, a cover for Downbeat Magazine, 20 successful CD releases and successful online campaigns for clients now amounting to over 10 million website hits and 200,000 new Facebook likes. Some of their clients include the likes of Larry Mitchell, San Diego Jazz Fest, Clyde Otis Music Group, Ed Cherry, and David Sanborn.

14th Year Milestone

Throughout the years, OurGig has remained true to its roots of providing highly measurable successful online media campaigns for the live music industry worldwide.

“We have always believed in the reach of this new media called the internet and since our inception, we have taken advantage of this medium to help musicians, models, actors and many other in the entertainment industry to create, maintain and market themselves to the world,” says Thomas Cole, company representative when asked about their company origins and beliefs.

OurGig offers affordable and easy to use website hosting and design services that are personalized according to every customer’s need.

One such satisfied customer is the San Diego Jazz Fest. Here’s what their secretary Myrna Goodwin claims “[the website had been] Very creative yet very attractive and easy to use.

They also offer PR and publicity services to further strengthen the marketing edge of each customer.

Packages come at $449 for website design, $195 [monthly] for PR/Publicity and just $8.85 per month for web hosting services.

The company also employs other online strategies such as search engine and social media optimization, content management, mobile app development and website repairs [on hacks, upgrades and other vulnerabilities].

Their hardwork has been consistently featured in many other types of media such as the jazz-devoted DownBeat Magazine and the prestigious The New York Times.


Founder Frank Moten has had a career ranging from advertising, cosmetics, telecommunications, internet and media. Throughout his life, his relationships in music is what he has valued most, thus when the idea of coming up with a Public Relations/Online firm, he immediately took it as a sign that he would focus his energy in the music industry. The website has established 15 long years of relationship with many big to budding names in the industry and will continue to provide their brand of internet leadership for years to come.


Thomas Cole