Musicnotes, Inc., which offers digital sheet music and is headquartered in Wisconsin, has announced its expansion into Nashville and is opening an office that will be led by Dan Ruff, Director of Licensing and Publisher Relations, and Duncan Hearn, Director of Marketing and Design.
Musicnotes has established a longstanding commitment to support songwriters through legal commerce, partnering with publishers of all sizes throughout the world. Its e-commerce site has 8 million customers and 50 million sheet music downloads to date. Musicnotes recently celebrated $100 million in royalties paid to artists and writers.
“Nashville is the heart of songwriting – Music City,” said Tim Reiland, Musicnotes Executive Chairman. “Musicnotes.com has been selling great songs and paying songwriters worldwide for more than 20 years. So, our team is thrilled to open a Nashville office – a city where we definitely belong.”
“The Nashville Songwriters Association International is very excited about Musicnotes opening a Nashville location. The company is not only a leader in online sheet music, but they’ve been an important partner with NSAI and the songwriter community for years,” said Bart Herbison, Executive Director of NSAI. “They’ve led in fair payments to songwriters and music publishers. And recently, even volunteered contributions to the WRITER Foundation’s grant program to help songwriters get through the COVID-19 pandemic. Musicnotes will immediately become valued members of the Nashville music community and the community at large.”
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