In the music industry, a Onesheet is a simple page that contains information about your band. It’s commonly used as a snapshot to present to media, radio stations, booking agents, and other industry people. Usually a Onesheet is created specifically for an album or EP release.

This Help article includes:

  • How to add a Onesheet page to your website
  • How to populate your Onesheet page features
    • Adding text about your album or project
    • Setting up your ‘Single’ feature
    • Adding your streaming platform icons
    • Adding a quote
    • Inputting upcoming shows
    • Adding a contact form
  • How to remove the menu from your Onesheet page

How to add a Onesheet page to your website

  1. From the ‘Edit Content’ tab, click ‘Pages’ and select ‘Add a page’
  2. Under ‘Add a Page’ click ‘more page types’
  3. Select ‘Onesheet’
  4. Name the page in the title field (default: Onesheet)
  5. Select the additional page options of your choice
  6. Click ‘Create my page’

This will create your Onesheet page. By default it will be set up with the features most commonly used for promoting a single. You can add, remove, or reorder any features on the page.

Note: This preset Onesheet option is geared towards a single release. You are welcome to insert an album feature instead, if you’d like to promote a full album.

How to populate your Onesheet page features

Adding project text

Add text to introduce yourself or your band, along with a brief description of the album or project you are promoting on the Onesheet:

  1. Hover your cursor on the paragraph of text and click the ‘Edit Text’ button that appears
  2. Type or paste in the text describing your project
  3. Click ‘Save’

Setting up your ‘Single’ feature

Your ‘Single’ feature will display artwork and play your track in a music player that matches your website’s design.

  1. Click ‘Edit Single’ in the ‘Single’ feature
  2. Click ‘Add Single’
  3. Add your track and single information
  4. Upload the single artwork
  5. Click ‘Save’

Adding your streaming platform icons

Add icons for all the streaming platforms you use to make industry professionals and fans aware of the places they can follow you.

  1. Click ‘Add your social media links’ in the ‘My Sites’ feature
  2. Click ‘Add new site’
  3. Choose from the options to add your platform links. Some popular ones include: Spotify, Apple Music, Google play, or Amazon.
  4. Click ‘Save’

Adding a quote

If you have received press or praise about your song or album, add it into a ‘Quote’ feature. This will supply visitors with context from a trusted outside source.

  1. Click ‘add a quote’ in the ‘Quote’ feature
  2. Type or paste in your quote text
  3. Add the source
  4. Add the source link (optional)
  5. Click ‘Save’

Input upcoming shows

If you are planning a launch date or album release, include the event details so your Onesheet page visitors are aware of the date.

  1. Click the ‘Edit Events’ button over the ‘Events’ feature
  2. Click ‘Add event’
  3. Fill in the time, date, location, and additional event details
  4. Click ‘Save’

Adding a contact form

Add a contact form to your Onesheet page to make it easy for music bloggers, talent buyers, radio stations, or other industry professionals to get in touch with you.

  1. Click ‘add a contact form’ in the ‘Custom Form’ feature
  2. Add a form title and click ‘create new form’
  3. By default the form will include name, email address, and message fields. You can add, edit, or remove form fields.
  4. Click ‘Form Options’ at the left to be sure submissions will be delivered to the appropriate email address.
  5. Click ‘Save’

Note: You can choose which page will load after your website visitor submits a form. You may choose to leave it on the Onesheet page, or redirect to your homepage, or EPK page, for example.

How to remove the menu from your Onesheet page

As a one-page overview of your band’s sound and upcoming release, the Onesheet page might look best with the main website menu removed.

  1. From the ‘Edit Content’ tab, click ‘Pages’
  2. Click the pencil icon next to your Onesheet page title
  3. Beside the ‘Show navigation menu’ option, switch the toggle off
    • This hides the navigation menu so it will not display on this page.
  4. Click ‘Save’