NBC’s next music competition aims to give an inside look at what it takes to become a hit songwriter.
MusicRow has confirmed that Audrey Morrissey, executive producer for NBC’s The Voice, and The Voice coach Adam Levine, have partnered with Dave Stewart on a series titled Songland. The show’s pilot has been picked up by NBC.
If the pilot gets an order for a series, Songland will highlight songwriters who get the chance to pitch their compositions to producers and artists in the music industry, in hopes of securing an artist’s next smash hit.
Songland is being produced by Live Animals, as well as Dave Stewart Entertainment and Levine’s 222 Productions.
No confirmed details are available as to whether Nashville-related publishers and industry execs will be part of the show.
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