Soundstripe Partners with The Other Nashville Society (TONS) to Amplify Artists of Diverse Genres in Music City USA

Soundstripe & TONS Artists in Residence

Soundstripe & TONS Artists in Residence

The Soundstripe and TONS teams at their partnership launch event in March 2022

The Soundstripe and TONS teams at their partnership launch event in March 2022

This program is a testament to Soundstripe’s ability to support the artist community while creating new and fresh music for its customers.

— Ally Venable, co-founder of TONS

NASHVILLE, TN, USA, July 21, 2022 / — Soundstripe, a leading provider of unlimited, high-quality, royalty-free music, video and sound effects for creators, is is partnered with The Other Nashville Society (TONS) to bring new opportunities to the community of TONS artists from the pop, rock, singer-songwriter, soul, emo, hip-hop, R&B, jazz, orchestral, electronic and Christian from Nashville.

The partnership, which will continue through 2022, aligns TONS’ mission to bring together artists outside of Nashville’s mainstream country music community with Soundstripe’s desire to “keep creating” with an ever-growing catalog. expansion of royalty-free songs created through production. deals with artists. Now, TONS artists will have the opportunity to have their music featured in the Soundstripe catalog through a new Artist-in-Residence program, learn more about the music industry through song camps and panel discussions. , and fostering the community through several other networking events to amplify the voices and presence of TONS artists.

Soundstripe and TONS kicked off the partnership with a networking event in March, paving the way for the Artist-in-Residence program, which began in June 2022. Soundstripe selected TONS artists Brian Brown, Cosette, James Cole, Bonner Black and The American Indie has a pool of over 60 applicants to participate in the program. Gathered at Soundstripe headquarters in Nashville for a songwriting camp from June 20-24, these artists have each been tasked with creating an original song suitable for an assigned genre and style by the end of this week.

The resulting songs will be released on Soundstripe and DSPs on the last Friday of every month for the remainder of the year, with Brian Brown’s first release scheduled for July 29th. Each month, the featured artist-in-residence will also receive playlist promotion from Soundstripe, create social media content around their release, and host a video creator contest. All Artists in Residence will receive an upfront fee to add their song to the Soundstripe catalog, as well as performance royalties on any use of their tracks in film, television, ad campaigns, podcasts, and other media projects. The program will culminate with the release of an EP of all Soundstripe x TONS Artist in Residence songs in December 2022.

“TONS fills a critical need in Nashville’s vast music community by creating an environment for connections and opportunities to flourish for so many industry professionals and talented artists who create incredible music in genres that are not traditionally associated with our city,” said Micah Sannan, co-founder and co-CEO of Soundstripe. “Our catalog at Soundstripe spans all genres, and I have no doubt that the talented musicians selected for the Artist in Residence program will create incredible songs that will reveal the true breadth of Nashville’s music community in the months to come.”

“It’s such a cool partnership for us. Soundstripe is a global leader in their field, and the fact that they’re based here in Nashville is what excites us the most,” said TONS Co-Founder Ally Venable. . “The five artists Soundstripe has chosen from our membership submissions are the perfect representation of TONS and the diverse genres here in Nashville. This program is a testament to Soundstripe’s ability to support the artist community while creating new music. and fresh for their customers.”

About Soundstripe
Soundstripe is one of the fastest growing providers of unlimited, royalty-free music, video, and sound effects for use in videos, podcasts, and other multimedia projects. It is driven by a unique subscription model that allows content creators to pay fees for the use of all media in Soundstripe’s catalog, with pay-per-view licenses also available. This approach has led to the issuance of over 10 million licenses for tens of thousands of customers in over 140 countries since Soundstripe’s inception in 2016.

The company is based in Nashville and was named to the Top 100 of the 2022 Inc. Regionals list and the 2020 Inc. 5000 list, cementing its place as one of the fastest growing private companies in the United States. . She was shortlisted for The Tennessean’s Top Workplaces List in 2019 and 2020, winning special awards for Values ​​and Best Leadership for co-founders Travis Terrell, Micah Sannan and Trevor Hinesley. Soundstripe also won the Game-Changing Startup award in the Entertainment, Sports and Media category at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center’s 2019 NEXT Awards, and was named one of the city’s Top 10 Startup Cultures by Powderkeg. For more information, visit

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