IGGY POP & BETHANY COSENTINO
...king of punk paired up with BEST COAST's BETHANY COSENTINO for a one of a kind duet for HBO's True Blood
"Abby & the Myth are the kind of band that music fans always hope to stumble upon at a bar, but seldom ever do. With a presence big enough to fill an arena." Music Connection
Big congrats to Nik Freitas (Joy To The World, Jolly Old St. Nick) and Calico the Band (Santa Have Mercy) – their songs brighten up THREE Christmas scenes in tonight’s episode of WALKER on THE CW!
Kelley Ryan’s fantastic pop gem “The Church Of Laundry” kicked off episode 3 of Chicago Med last week!
We are thrilled to hear Taylor Hollingsworth’s “Devil N Me” and Emily Zuzik’s “Trouble” in the first episode of the new season of the CW’s Roswell, New Mexico!
Look for Maria Taylor’s If Only and I See Hawks In LA’s “Highway Down” in the new season of Cobra Kai, which was one of Netflix’s most popular shows in 2020!
Check out the beautiful, emotional song “I’ll Still Be Here” featuring Mau Jimenez (written by Shani Rose and Laurel Canon’s Robin Schorr) in next week’s episode of Freeform’s “Good Trouble!”
We are thrilled to announce that you’ll be able to hear two fantastic Laurel Canon artist tracks in the new Netflix original series “What/ If,” starring Rene Zellweger. Hear Paper Pilots’ “Automatic” in episode 101 and Louis Schefano’s “Come To Think” in episode 103. The series drops May 24!
Check out this fantastic use of Hamish Anderson’s exciting rocker “Trouble” in a new NASCAR ad…
New for sync: Check out this lovely new video performance of Tobias The Owl’s “Let Go”… from the new record “A Safe Harbor for Wayward Echoes.”
Lots of great stuff to talk about… Huzzah to Freeform’s “The Fosters” for including Louis Schefano’s “Come To Think” and Abby and the Myth’s “Delicate Parade” in recent episodes… VERY excited to hear indie darlings Paper Pilots in ABC’s “Kevin (Probably) Saves The World.” Listen for Kauan’s “Sateen Huuhtoma” in an upcoming episode of NBC’s “The Arrangement” and Maria Taylor’s “Free Song” in the summer 2018 Netflix original film “Eggplant Emoji.” The hits keep coming…