Here’s a roundup of some of this week’s fresh new opportunities on ReverbNation
Get signed with Princess Blue Music Library
Ever dreamed of hearing your song on TV? Love indie films, and wish you could contribute to the soundtrack? Princess Blue is an online music licensing company seeking tracks from independent artists to expand their library. Recent placements from Princess Blue include ESPN 30 for 30 films, 2013 NCAA Final Four, Carl’s Jr., Target, and more. Princess Blue is accepting 100 new songs from ReverbNation artists.
Compete for a spot on CountryUp, a new competition TV show on AXS-TV
Get a taste for every element of music production on CountryUp, the newest and most exciting televised music competition to date. Create your own music video, own a viral marketing campaign, write the best song, and more to earn the title of 2014 CountryUp winner. Learn more about what the competition will entail in this interview with CountryUp Executive Producer Chris James. Winners will also record and release a single to the radio and create a music video. CountryUp seeks 12 Reverbnation artists of all genres.
Heat up the crowd at Campfire Music Festival
Location: Lakewood, PA
Genres: Folk, rock, indie, Americana, reggae, soul, funk
Reminisce about summer camp and play for up to 5,000 people at a real campsite! A great opportunity to build performance experience, network with other artists, and connect with your audience. When you aren’t playing, you can try rock climbing, the ropes course, or even the huge lake playground! Campfire seeks up to 3 ReverbNation artists. Read on to find out more about what promoter Steven Kops looks for in an artist to add to the lineup.
“We started Campfire Festival to bring the exhilarating and refreshing feeling of being at camp and the love of music together. When I was a kid, I used to attend an amazing camp, and 30 years later I still go back every summer to enjoy it with my wife and kids. Campfire Festival is all about bringing the relaxation and nostalgia of camp to a music festival. What we look for in submissions? Great music! It’s that simple. See you at camp!” – Steven Kops, Campfire Music Festival
Allons-y! to the Envol et Macadam Festival in Quebec
Location: Quebec, QC, CA
Genres: Alternative, rock, hard rock, punk
Rock the spotlight this fall at one of Canada’s biggest festivals. Play amongst 60 other up coming musicians, which have included Sum 41, Metric, Malajube, Bloc Party, As I lay Dying, and more huge names in the past. PlanetRox will choose one band from the US and one band from Canada.