Muzooka Add Nashville Partners To Networking Program

muzookaMuzooka, a San Francisco-based platform aimed at connecting talent with industry, has added Nashville venue The Basement to its networking roster.

Recently, Nashville’s Lightning 100 started using the Partner Platform as a way to discover acts to play the Live On The Green Music Festival from those submiting their music to the Music City Mayhem opportunity on Muzooka’s site.

Additional partners include Grammy-winning producers Chuck Ainlay and SESAC in addition to Chris Douridas’ School Night in LA, Jared Lee Gosselin and the W Hotel’s Speakerbox Series.

“For music industry professionals, Muzooka provides a global A&R platform that does not require sorting through physical or cumbersome digital submissions and social media sites,” said Muzooka CEO Shawn Wilson, who made the announcement today (August 5). “For artists, Muzooka is the ultimate community for professional growth, support and opportunity. As we continue to blend these communities, we turn to the best in the business to create the ultimate partnerships.”

A recent success story includes Nashville rockers The Wans, who just completed the recording of a 5 song EP produced by Vance Powell (Jack White).

Muzooka does not take money from aspiring artists and the service provides complimentary services to listeners. More information at muzooka.com.

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