For those of you who have been following the ongoing development of the ChristopherORiley.com website redesign, you know that we crossed the launch threshold early last week. In an enormous act of generosity, O’Riley decided to make his super-secret password protected Backstage Pass page available to any site visitor subscribing to his newsletter or blog; meaning you get full streaming access to all of his recordings through June 17, 2014 just for signing up to one or both.
If that’s not enough, the recordings also include an out-of-publication album: his recording of Beethoven Sonatas (No. 7, No. 14, and No. 21).
And on an individual note, Christopher has been an ideal client to work with and made the process that much more productive and downright fun every step of the journey. He could write a book on collaboration and working relationships. Even before the official launch, he was publishing blog posts like mad at his new branded blog, “quips and clips,” and he hasn’t slowed down a bit. If there’s an artist that better represents the ability adapt and thrive while embracing advancements in technology without losing appear to all generations, it is O’Riley.
Helping advance that plan with a new website has been a rewarding and sincere experience.
But what are you waiting for, just look at all of the incredible free streaming music waiting for you for nothing more than subscribing to something you already want:
If you’re curious to learn more about project development details and site highlights, head over to the ChristopherORiley.com profile page at the Venture Platform website.