New Site Aims to Discover the Hits

Skip Bishop and Jane Crossman

Music industry veteran Jane Crossman has created www.songstash.com, a new website featuring uncut songs for artists looking for material to record.

Crossman initially met with Nashville publishers and songwriters to build a collection of songs and discuss her idea to build a more efficient process. The result was a design that links singers with the writers and publishers who manage copyrights.

The company will also sign songwriters without publishing deals. “If you have a deal or if you are looking for a deal, contact us and we can help,” Crossman says.

To complete the project, Crossman brought on promotion veteran Skip Bishop. “Jane approached us at Studio1Bee with one of the more innovative ideas we’d seen in some time,” Bishop says.

Crossman has previous experience as a Program Director, Marketing Director and Web Director. Before launching his new company Studio1Bee, Bishop was a Senior Executive at Sony and is credited with facilitating over 40 number one hits at Country radio.

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