About

What we do

We work to put your songs in the hands of the music industry’s best.

With deep rooted connections in the heart of the country music industry, we have the resources you need to land publishing and licensing deals.

Through conversations, feedback, and detailed pitch reports we maintain constant communication with all of our members. Additionally you will receive access to our song submission platform, monthly exclusive tip sheets and more.

What We Do

Song Plugging

Pitch Reports

1-on-1 Communication

Monthly Tip Sheets

Professional Song Demos

Songwriting Feedback

Founder & Owner — Gil Grand

Company founder Gil Grand, has more than 27 years experience in the music industry. Most recently he co-owned and operated Grand & Gee Music Group, a Nashville based publishing company and five time CCMA “Music Publisher of the Year” award nominee. Managing a music publishing company for more than five years has allowed Gil to establish a presence within the entertainment community and build strong relationships among his peers.

Gil has been instrumental in securing cuts like “Tomorrow” by Chris Young which became a huge number one billboard country hit in the US. Other accomplishments include cuts on Bucky Covington for ” I Want My Life Back”, Tracy Byrd for “On Again Off Again”, Jerry Kilgore’s album title track “Love Trip” and several others including Top-20 and Top-10 Canadian charted singles.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a song plugger?

A song plugger is the person behind the scenes of the music industry – pitching a songwriter’s composition to producers, A&R reps, managers, and music supervisors. With our help, songwriters can get their songs pitched to high-end music labels and submitted for unique licensing opportunities.

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How much does it cost?

Our Song Plugging service is a flat $300 service fee per month.

Do you work with song writers outside of Nashville?

Absolutely! Our goal is to bring your talent to the heart of country music.

Who owns the rights to my music?

You retain full ownership and rights to your music, even if your song lands a cut!

What is A&R?

Artists and repertoire (A&R) is the division of a record label or music publishing company that is responsible for talent scouting and overseeing the artistic development of recording artists and songwriters.

What is a tip sheet?

A tip sheet is a publication containing the latest information, tips or predictions for the country music industry. Our sheets are filled with relevant leads and current information not available anywhere else.

What if I want to cancel?

You can cancel your subscription at any time. No commitment needed!