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Music Town. FREE iOS app for discovering new music.

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Cost: Free
Simply search for it in the app store by searching Music Town or use the link to our website below.
Download Link: Available on the app store!

 

Music Town is an exciting free app where the best up and coming musicians are performing all day long. We have live concerts from nearly every genre performing in 17 different venues! From the Coffee Shop for more intimate acoustic sessions, to the Country Opry for some smooth southern jams and even the Symphony Hall for a more classical evening.

Find your new favorite artist in Music Town today!

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