FAQ - Does anyone have a pitch-list of artists looking for songs?

It is usually the job of a publisher to pair your songs up with artists. This is one of the creative functions a publisher provides.

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Posted by ross bridgeman on 2004-11-12 at 3:59:03 pm

Does anyone know of a comprehensive website of publishers looking for music for their artists?

Posted by Jimi Heath on 2004-12-08 at 2:10:29 pm

There are many tipsheets and Independent A&R companies that can provide you with resources if you do not already have contacts.

Posted by corey levesque on 2005-01-06 at 6:05:44 am

hook us up with some links man i need to sell some songs

Posted by Ojonimi on 2005-02-22 at 11:41:02 am

Hook me up as well i need to sel some songs

Posted by ashley dennard on 2005-03-07 at 5:26:39 am

new writer looking for an artist to review my work and work with me

Posted by Raymond de Leur on 2005-03-08 at 12:15:31 pm

I would strongly discourage anyone from sellig their songs outright. NEVER give up your rights. Because on eday it will bite you in the rear. Happened to my mom. She sold some songs which later ended up in successful movies and she had no rights to them.

Posted by Ojonimi on 2005-03-15 at 2:29:29 pm

hi Raymond,
Are you saying there is’n a way of selling and not selling all your rights. Isn’t there a way of permiting the use of your songs but for fee?

Posted by KRMusicEnt. on 2012-11-21 at 4:54:48 pm

What is the difference between an Ent. vs a Publishing or are they one in the same?

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