Section 101, a New York-based company that develops simple and effective tools for artists to market, promote and monetize their brand online, is excited to announce the launch of a new website for singer/songwriter Addie Brownlee at https://addiebrownlee.com
Think Folk meets Alt Country, with a dash of some of the best of the 60’s -70’s songwriters, and maybe a hint of Dusty Springfield. Never at a loss for something to sing about, her latest release is the fantastic EP EAST OF LEAVING, featuring the song “Sea Legs,” which has a vocal cameo by Martha Wainwright. A post-heartbreak yarn, like most of Addie’s work, it’s both thought provoking and relatable.
“Addie is a perfect Section 101 artist,” says CEO Elizabeth Leahy, “ She is very independent both in her music and her ethic. She just loves making music and it shows in all that she does. From her singing to her songwriting to her touring, Addie is authentic, true and an incredible artist.”
Addie has also lent both her music and her self to a recent PSA with regard to Illegal Downloads in conjunction with the National Crime Prevention Council. A staunch supporter of artist’s rights, this Public Service Announcement is another example of Addie’s dedication to her craft. You can view the PSA here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOBC5kuDS5A
ABOUT SECTION 101: Section 101 has developed a revolutionary new web-publishing platform that enables music artists, celebrities and other entertainers to proactively take charge of the proliferation of digital content on the web and effectively market their brand across the growing number of online channels. Section 101's platform provides artists with an easy-to-use environment to intuitively create, deploy and manage their digital persona, while providing integrated tools to organize and leverage the artist's fans via branded communities and viral content.
Artists and brands such as Duran Duran, Diane Birch, BUSH, Marc Cohn, Corey Taylor (Slipknot), Junip, Early Winters, Todd Alsup, My Glorious Mess, and the Rube Goldberg Estate, all rely on Section 101 technology.