Performer Magazine

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Performer Magazine
Performer logo.jpg
Performer Magazine logo
Editor Benjamin Ricci
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 60,000 (approx)
Publisher William House (Performer Publications, Inc.)
First issue ca. 1991
Country United States
Language English

Performer Magazine is an American music magazine aimed at independent musicians. It has been in publication since 1991 and is distributed nationally throughout the United States. The magazine focuses primarily on musicians who are unsigned and on small labels, and their success in a DIY[clarification needed] environment. According to its website, it is dedicated to promoting lesser-known talent and being the first to introduce its readership to promising new artists. Performer[1] is currently a free publication that also covers the following areas of the independent music industry: promoters, instruments, music business advice, artists, and reviews.

Up until 2009, Performer circulated three regional editions of the magazine each month (Northeast Performer, Southeast Performer and West Coast Performer).

In 2010, the company combined the previous three regional editions into one national monthly magazine.


  1. ^ Reyhan Harmanci (November 19, 2004). "Entrepreneur adds Panache to music coverage". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved September 14, 2007. 

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