Round Hill Music has signed songwriters Marc “Schmarx” Schneider and Savannah “Savvy” Giersch to its Nashville roster. They will concentrate on pop songwriting and artist development, as well as writing for synch placements.
“I am excited to welcome Schmarx and Savvy to Round Hill. They are two of the most talented and hardworking young writers that I have met, and we are thrilled with the skills they bring to our growing Nashville songwriting team,” says Mark Brown, VP and GM of Round Hill Music Nashville.
Originally from Pennsylvania, Schmarx attended Full Sail University where he studied production and songwriting. After moving to Nashville, Schmarx developed a relationship with hit songwriter Brett James, with whom he gained engineering and programming credits on Kip Moore’s sophomore album, Wild Ones.
Hailing from Virginia, Savvy attended Berklee College of Music. After college, she moved to Austin, Texas, and signed her first publishing deal. There she achieved success with Rebecca Stella’s No. 1 dance hit “Give Me That O” and a placement on ABC’s Nashville with The Wagoneers‘ “Take You There.”
Schmarx and Savvy also co-wrote “Miami To L.A.,” the single for YouTube star Noah Schnacky. They are writing and programming a project with recording artist Julia Cole.
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