About

The Beginning

Coyote Music was founded by Wiley Koepp in Austin, Texas in 1995 as a management company and booking agent for two unsigned bands, 3 Penny Opera and megalo. Over the next five years, the company took on the roll of an indie record label, releasing several demos and full-length albums, promoting shows, creating marketing campaigns, and accepting demos from new artists for future projects.

This Millennium

Since 2000, Coyote Music has shifted its focus toward promoting the careers of talented musical artists all across the country. Our projects have included: writing album/performance reviews, event promotion, artist management, musical instruction, running workshops to help bands hone their live shows, and most recently creating websites for artists.

Recently

In 2012 we began two exciting new endeavors. With the addition of a Festivals section to the website, Coyote Music has the ability to promote multi-day, multi-city events. Our Viva Big Bend section brought together 52 artists, 28 shows, 10 venues, and 3 cities in one easily navigable mini-site within our own. Then in October 2012, our Austin Corn Lover's Fiesta mini-site brought together 4 venues in 4 nights, featuring 22 artists.

Branching out a bit more, we worked with Baltimore's Black Angel Down to create a detailed marketing plan for their tour and related promotional efforts. That plan ultimately led to our solidifying a booking agreement between the band and the Brooklyn-based booking agency, Entour Entertainment.

Brand Spankin' New

Never ones to rest on our laurels, here are the most recent additions to Coyote Music's website.

# Name Type Added
1. Four Seasons Venue 8/23
2. Bryker Woods Elementary Venue 8/23
3. River City Pops Artist 8/21
4. Mount Pressmore Artist 6/28
5. Mount Pressmore Releases Their Sophomore Album “The Masked Battle” at One-2-One Bar in Austin, Texas Press Release 6/28
6. Rock of Ages Artist 6/8
7. Cactus Moonshine Artist 6/8
8. Georgetown Palace Theatre Venue 6/8
9. Bantam Artist 3/31
10. The Townsend Venue 3/23