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I'm thrilled to announce that a song I Co-Wrote with Taxi member Barry Hale has been accepted to a catalog for a music publisher in Nashville! Is this normal for them to add it to their catalog before a deal? One step forward in the right direction. It's encouraging to know that someone in the music biz believes in a song I wrote and has connections to the industry decision makers. Here's what they said in an email after our submission.
Thanks for your submission. We have reviewed your music and are very excited to have the opportunity to work with you ... (What a lovely tune... The team thought the demo and the honest lyrics were exceptional!)
If a Music Supervisor, Publisher, Producer, Artist, A&R executive, or Artist Manager decides to move forward with your music ( meaning a publishing deal, relisten, hold, cut or sync placement) we will reach out to you via email immediately.
The song is called "Still A Few." Here's the link.
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Thanks for the listen.
- Casey H
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What do you mean by "before a deal"? Did they send you a contract to sign? If they say your song is added to their catalog but there is no contract, something's not right.
Good luck! I hope this works out!
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