There was a time that it was a lot easier to get your music out. But these days it’s only fair to say that it’s hard. There’s a lot of different ways to promote yourself, but, like so many musicians I am always on the look out for a new method to get my sounds out. Then along comes BlueJay. BlueJay is an excellent way to create your own radio station right from your smartphone.

BlueJay will let you create a playlist on your iPhone or Android phone and then broadcast it to anyone else who’s running BlueJay. It’s a real tool and it’ll run on WiFi or 4G / 3G too. It’s worth checking out and getting your existing fans on there. Using BlueJay is about as simple as it can get. If you’re an artist you’ll need to contact BlueJay to get around the playlist restrictions. Once that’s done you’ll be good to go and create a session of your own music for broadcast.

Remember that BlueJay is radio, like real radio, so it’s real time. Your session plays out in real time and once it’s done it’s over. Go download the app and check for some PalmSounds broadcasts this week.

I’ll leave you with the app’s description:

Host your own live public radio shows directly from your phone and start building and interacting with your followers. Keep things smaller and share your favourite playlists in real-time while chatting with your friends. Or follow your favourite curators, artists, and friends to discover new music, hear forgotten gems, and listen to the songs they love with them.

BlueJay lets anyone create and host sessions, where you can live stream a playlist of your favourite songs directly from your phone to your followers or friends using your music files. As the host, you can modify, add to, or end your playlist at any time, as well as control whether your sessions are public or private. Every session also has group chat, where you and your listeners can interact in real-time.

Install our free app now and join the growing BlueJay Music community.

Get BlueJay on the App Store now (it’s free):

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