Prescription Songs Launches Nashville Office, Signs Anna Mae And LO

Prescription Songs, which has expanded from its Los Angeles office to include new offices in Nashville, has signed Anna Mae as its first artist-songwriter from its Music City office. Anna Mae has earned success in the film/tv synch world, earning 12 major network placements in the past 10 months. She also plans to release several singles throughout the summer leading to a debut EP.

Also newly signed to Prescription Songs is pop artist, writer, and producer LO. After moving to Nashville from Olympia, Washington, on a full academic scholarship to Vanderbilt University, LO served as captain of the Vanderbilt Dance Team, was named  ‘All SEC Dancer of The Year’, and graduated cum laude while interning & writing on Music Row. After graduating, she taught herself production and began her pursuit of a pop career, with her artistry heavily influenced by her background as a dancer.

Prescription Songs was founded by Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald, and includes a catalog of songs including “Teenage Dream,” “E.T.,” “Wide Awake,” “Tik Tok,” “Blow” and more.


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