Through recent troubles with my band's free website account I decided I should check into getting a professional site. I wasn't exactly sure how to go about it, or if it would be anymore of an advantage to having an amateur site at geocities, so I decided to read The Musician's Internet by Peter Spellman to see what it was all about. Not only does Spellman explain how you can go about how to create a website, rent web space, expand your online presence, and become a standout site through search engines and online web groups, he also explains the importance of the internet and what it means to your band or business. Written in 2000, the book is a little out of date when it talks about the future being 2005, but Spellman's predictions are dead on. He explains that web based music and internet radio will become more and more of a dominating force in the media world, and they have. Nevertheless this book will serve as a strong foundation to the reader for years to come. He explains how to upload video and audio and make your site as professional as it can be. One extra perk of this book is a section on online radio and broadcasting live concerts. Spellman knows exactly what he is talking about, and his insight should really help musicians, and anyone for that matter, find out how useful the internet can be to bring extra revenue and publicity to your band or company.