Booths Music Launches Interactive Website

One of Bolton’s oldest establishments, and indeed one of (if not the) oldest family music retailers in the world has undertaken its latest update. Booths Music, providers of music retail for over 180 years and more recently music lessons, repairs and sound recording, has launched its brand new website and today, we’re happy to spread the word on some nifty new features for you local musicians.

Events

Booths has long been known for its events notice for local gigs and musical happenings, well now you can spread the word on your gig, open mic, jam night etc. via their new events calendar. The page also lists group sessions of interest, such as the newly-setup amateur choir and the band workshop Live Zone.

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Click to go to events calendar

Interactive Tuition

As a online aid to students of one to one tuition, Booths have installed an interactive element to the site, allowing pupils to login for resources, videos and tasks from the tutors. Popular tuition in Bolton’s oldest music shop include guitar lessons, drums, singing lessons and piano. 

Refurbished Instruments

Starting with iconic guitars and special copies, the online retail service is dedicated to refurbished instruments that go through the Booths Music repair workshop. If you’re looking for a special buy with full playability and a gold stamp of approval, check out the store page.

Talent Pool

Booths’ in-house recording studio, entertainment agency and music production service, known as Talent Pool, has had its own revamp to a similar modern style. This is a great place to keep up with local band news and recording production offers. 

You can keep up to date with news from the local music scene and Booths Music by signing up to their Newsletter. You can also follow the action on the website, Facebook and on Twitter @boothsmusic

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