ReverbNation Places Song Into ‘So You Think You Can Dance’

by Neal on July 12, 2011 · Comments

ReverbNation artist Brett Ryan Stewart‘s song “Needle & Spoon” was chosen for a recent episode of the hit television show “So You Think You Can Dance.” Brett was able to score this placement through the ReverbNation/APM Song Licensing Program when that particular track was selected to be a part of the APM ReverbNation Music Library. This placement will secure Brett some great exposure, and music licensing royalties of the track. Congratulations to Brett! Be sure to checkout the portion of the show in which Brett’s song was used below.

About the Artist: Brett Ryan Stewart

Genre: Pop/Alt.Country/Roots

Hometown: Nashville, TN

Bio: Brett Ryan Stewart is a Nashville singer/songwriter whose lyrics lend a deep look into the artist’s life experience of loss, purpose and hope. The Delaware transplant and self-taught guitarist has a distinct indie/pop sound peppered with a southern influence which named him “…a talent worth watching!” by Performing Songwriter Magazine.

ReverbNation Profile

ReverbNation and APM Music expect to invite more artists into the program soon. Invites are sent out to ReverbNation artists who are active users of the site, have complete profiles, and whose music fits what music supervisors are seeking. To learn more about the program, visit


  1. Another reason I’ve been with RN for years! Love you guys. Fine work all around :-)

  2. Black Tim says:

    Congradulations on this landmark achievement

  3. Mrloopzmegabeatz says:

    Now that’s Awesome! That’s a good helping hand to get played there! Big shoutout to you Brett!

  4. Thanks Tim and Mr Loopz!

  5. Lace says:

    That’s great news to see that it’s possible to have such luck.
    Wish you the best.

  6. Dhelon mc says:

    My style hip_hop

  7. rebecca says:

    yall cant use the name fast lane south. thats my dads bands name and has been for years. they dont like copy cats. so whats up with trying 2 copy them?

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