Below are some photos of 615 Music at the NAB 2010 convention. We’ll be updating this page throughout the convention so check back often!
Here’s a behind-the-scenes video for the recording of a new song for the upcoming movie, “Unitards”. The song is entitled, “Hang Out”. httpvh://youtu.be/IbW78FkM-pk
Chip Greene, one of the standout artists with Song Street Records, will be performing LIVE for 2 days at the NAB 2010 conference. The live performances will be on Monday and Tuesday from 2:30-4:30 at the 615 Music booth, #SL9115. Check out Chip Greene’s page at SongStreetRecords.com to hear his songs. Click here to see … Read More
615 Music has launched a new business venture entitled “Song Street Records,” which the company is marketing as “A virtual record label for a virtual world.” Randy Wachtler, 615 Music President and CEO, made the announcement. Click here to view the full article. Click here to visit SongStreetRecords.com. Composers and artists, click here to submit … Read More
The Fallout 3 Video Game Trailer features a Cavendish song called “Picnic Prattle” from the CAV-223 CD. httpvh://youtu.be/JmWN4yLKXoE Video game trailer music provided by Cavendish and Warner/Chappell Production Music.
MarkeeMag.com recently ran an article about how music libraries are viewing spots as a growing client base. The article features quotes from Randy Wachtler, President of 615 Music, as well as artwork from some recent releases. Click here to read the entire article.
Our February 2010 newsletter covers our new releases for February 2010 as well as a look at our most recent projects. Click here to view the full newsletter, or check out our New Releases!
Steve Hayes and Debby Mason are pictured next to the 615 Music booth at the 2010 NRB Convention in Nashville, TN. For more information about the convention, check out NRBConvention.org
Here’s a pic of the 615 Music banner from last week’s CRS conference. Debby Mason, 615 Music’s Director of Licensing – Radio Division, attended the event. For more information about the conference, check out CRB.org.
Randy Wachtler, President of 615 Music and Chairman of the PMA, had a quote in “Hey, Is That Your Song?” (Music Industry Newswire). The article talks about new technologies being used to track music usage around the world. “The new fingerprint technologies from companies such as Landmark, Tunesat and others, are exciting for the PMA … Read More