Las Vegas, NV (April 7, 2010)--During the NAB Show, 615 Music's new Song Street Records will present recording artist Chip Greene in two live performances, on Monday, April 12 and Tuesday, April 13.
615 Music's Song Street Records is being marketing as "a virtual record label for a virtual world."
Randy Wachtler, 615 Music President and CEO, emphasized, "Our focus with Song Street Records is clear. We connect the very best of emerging and indie artists with producers and music supervisors in film, TV, and other new media platforms. Song Street Records is a one-stop licensing catalog--we control synchronization and master rights. A single call from one of our customers will get them the exact piece of music they need and the license they need to use it, fast and easy."
He adds, "We've been fortunate to have developed a broad customer base in film, TV and beyond, while cultivating relationships with new artists and bands. Therefore, it was a natural evolution that we would decide to connect the two. Our model with Song Street Records will be different than many of our competitors, in that we represent artists on an exclusive basis."
615 Music can be found at booth #SL9115 at the NAB Show.
In other 615 Music news, department store chain Kohls used a 615 Music track entitled "Ski School" to promote its Helix product launch online. The track comes from 615's "Minimal Music" catalog. 615 Music also recently placed music in high profile motion picture trailers including "A Christmas Carol" and "Alice in Wonderland" for Walt Disney Studios, and in the animated feature film "How to Train Your Dragon" from DreamWorks Animation.
Song Street Records