LALA MUSIC: Music Licensing (Nov '09-Jan '10) and Live Industry Showcase



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Don't miss your LAST CHANCE to submit to LALA Music, a one stop boutique agency based in Los Angeles, CA. Bands selected through Sonicbids will receive a free 3-month LALA membership and 1 hour consultation with a music industry professional.

Travel and lodging will be included./n/nLALA Music is a one stop boutique agency based in Los Angles, CA. LALA Music has earned itself a reputation as a leading company for music placements, song licensing, and live industry showcases. Their roster includes hit songwriters who have written for renowned artists such as Rascall Flatts, and Sheryl Crow. They have also placed music in TV shows such as The Hills, Laguna Beach, Big Love, Army Wives, and Men in Trees. LALA Music has placed music in some major motion pictures as well, including The Break Up and The Dead Girl.

All selected artists will be given three free months of LALA Music membership and an online consultation for no additional fee. This is an amazing gig for any Sonicbids artists to present material to a well know and respected music licensing company.

In addition, all artists who make a submission by December 2nd, 2009, will be considered for an artist showcase at a well known Hollywood music venue. They will be selecting 1 Sonicbids artist for the event, which takes place on January 12th in Los Angeles. Travel and lodging will be included.

LALA Music also hosts a service website which offers subscribers information about current pitches for song placements in Film and Television, as well as a number of booking opportunities. The website also offers its members 1 free hour consultation with a professional Songwriter, Producer, Recording Artist, Vocal Coach, Music Teacher, or Audio Engineer (subject to availability).

Please Note: It is extremely important that artists do not call or contact LALA Music in reference to submitting music. Contacting the promoter directly may hurt your chances of being selected. Questions may be sent to: