You've been asking for an opportunity to get your music in film, so...
We are looking for music for a feature-length documentary on the Nashville Rollergirls. It's a story about the team itself as well as the individuals behind it.
With fast-paced derby action and deeply human elements, this inspirational film follows the Nashville Rollergirls through the loss of their practice space, the move to a new bout venue, injuries, relocation of key players, huge financial pressures, and more. Ever the underdog, the Nashville Rollergirls seek to prove themselves at every turn.
Here's a taste...
As a musician, it's a story you'll relate to and be proud to be associated with.
Right now, we're looking for music that conveys the following emotions:
hopelessness / darkness
change / transition / evolution
success / achievement / climax
hopefulness / eagerness
All submissions are being done online via the form linked below. You may submit as many songs as you like, but you will need to fill out a separate form for each song.
NOTE: We need a DIRECT LINK to an mp3 file of your submission, not just a general page with a bunch of music on it.
Music Business Radio is produced in the studios of Tuned In Broadcasting in Nashville TN. Since 2005, we've been located inside a group of buildings known as Marathon Village.
Marathon Motor Works was an early automobile manufacturer, based in Tennessee.
It grew out of an earlier company called Southern Engine and Boiler
Works, founded in 1889, which made industrial engines and boilers in Jackson.
As such, the firm had metal-working and powerplant experience which
could easily be transferred into the then-new and rapidly expanding
automobile industry. It turned its attention in this direction shortly
after the turn of the twentieth century.
From 1911 to 1914 the company
manufactured the Marathon automobile. Only eight examples of the car are known to still exist.
A big thanks to the 400+ musicians, songwriters, and other music business professionals who showed up last night to celebrate the 100th episode of Music Business Radio. And a big thanks to BMI, especially Jody Williams, Erica Glidewell, and Nancy Moore, for allowing us to use their building.
We've been working on the show for every three years and it's been on the air for over two. We've had amazing support from Tuned In Broadcasting and our flagship station, Lightning 100 in Nashville-- owner Lester Turner, Program Director David Hall, Music Director Keith Coes, Promotion Director Jayson Chalfant, Laurel Creech of Team Green, Event Coordinator Keeley Reed, General Manager Fred Buc, Sales Manager
Ken Austin, Marketing Consultants
Tich McWilliams, Lesli Bills, and Cindy Felts, Business Manager Nadine Barbour, Director of Media and Technology Tom Hansen, and Media Content Coordinator
Last night's event was a first of many, so watch for more soon. As the show continues to be syndicated on broadcast radio stations throughout the country, we'll be taking thing on the road.
We gave away a lot of stuff, including guitars by Waterstone, scholarships to the Music Producers Institute, and other prizes from sponsors including Big Studios, and Avenue Bank. Nobody left hungry or thirsty... But the real value of last night's event was the networking. Tons of "top shelf" people were in the audience.
We just reached a big milestone at Music Business Radio, so we're throwing a party for all the great listeners who have helped to put us on the map.
As you can imagine, we've connected with a lot of great people over the last couple of years...not only guests on the show, but publicists, journalists, radio programmers, and others involved in the music business. These are the kinds of people you'll meet at this event.
This is your chance to personally connect with:
record label executives
and other music industry professionals
And not only will you make great industry connections, you'll also walk away with some really good stuff to help your music career...