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#18: Introduction to the Band Website Template

I have recently released a side project called the Band Website Template. This is just a quick tour of it, explaining why it was built and why I think it can be useful for bands and their web designers.

NOTE: The Band Website Template is discontinued.

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  1. Permalink to comment#

    this is a great idea! when will you come out with a wordpress template for this?

  2. Noel Pena

    I am many months late for this comment, but I was wondering if the template is still available?

  3. Permalink to comment#

    template is not available on the the its domain name

  4. Max
    Permalink to comment#

    Hi Chris!

    Can I get this template somehow please?

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