This electro-acoustic duo formed after two separate successful rock bands, Blue Merle and Gran Torino, called it quits. Learn how they got together to write and record personal projects and how those projects have hit televison and film in a big way.
Computer vs. Banjo has licensed its music to MTV's "The Hills", "The Real World", "Road Rules", "Parental Control", and "Sex with Mom and Dad." You've also heard their music on "Weeds", "Keeping Up With The Kardashians", "Living With Lohan", and the film "The Sharp End."
How did it happen? How can you make it happen? Listen this week as Beau Stapleton and Johnny Mann share their experiences in music licensing as well as how to make a good living as a musician without performing live.
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