TCMP provides these files to venues, festivals, fairs, etc., who are producing flyers, brochures, invitations, websites, etc. The list below describes the file and its usage requirements. TCMP respectfully requests that you only use these files according to the instructions:
TCMP Banner.jpg - is a replication of our banner that hangs behind the band on stage, sits atop our home page on the website, and is the mast head for all of our broadcast emails. Depending on your publication parameters, this might be the "logo" you would use.
TCMP Logo Color Transparent.gif - is similar to the stage banner, but without the black, rectangular background. It's a transparent .gif file so you can impose this image over the top of other images or backgrounds. We only ask that it be imposed upon a black or dark background.
TCMP Mark 2.gif - is our "mark" (as opposed to a logo) on a transparent background and it's something we strategically place in flyers, press kits, etc., and is simply a representation of our initials.
TCMP Mark 3.gif - is our "mark" (as opposed to a logo) on a black background, nd it's something we strategically place in flyers, press kits, etc., and is simply a representation of our initials.
TCMP Press Blurb.doc - is the description of the band that can be used on websites, pop-ups, flyers, invitations, articles, etc. A 50 word, 100 word, or 200 word description is provided.
TCMP Trail Photo 600.jpg – a vertical, portrait style, high resolution 600 dpi press photo of the band - best used for print production.
TCMP Trail Photo 300.jpg – portrait, high resolution 300 dpi press photo of the band - best used for print production.
TCMP Trail Photo 100 dpi.jpg – Portrait, medium resolution 100 dpi press photo of the band – best for websites and other online presentations.
TCMP Trail Photo.jpg - low resolution 72 dpi photo of the band - best used for websites and other online presentations.
The Country Music Project Snapshots.jpg - another group photo that we often use on flyers or promotional brochures.