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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