Back in the 20th century, young artists could get discovered by hanging out near recording studios, mailing demo tapes to a&r guys, and approaching famous artists...now we live in the digital age: What are we to do? All we can do, is send out links, and hope the right person has a listen. Thanks,
Hello Scott, I'm emailing you in regards to a fall internship at Cherrytree Records. I looked through the website and came across a post in the discussions which lead me to your profile.
I'm a Political Science/Music major at UCSB, but I'm taking classes this quarter at UCLA through concurrent enrollment so that I can take an internship here in Los Angeles. I've played piano since I was six, sang in church and school choirs since I was 14, and have been involved in music my whole life and am now looking for new opportunities.
In this case I would be looking for a songwriting internship, or a position as an apparentice songwriter. I'm guessing this would be in the A&R or Music Publishing Department, but I'm not exactly sure. If no songwriting internship would be available, I'd be happy to take any other internship in any department available.
If you are not the right person to contact in regards to these matters, I'd greatly apreciate it if you could direct me to the write person to email, and if you send me your email address I would be more then happy to send you my resume.
I'm sure you get a lot of these, but I represent a band out of Niagara Falls Canada called Hearts and Sounds. They've just released a full-length CD professionally produced, mixed and mastered and I was wondering if you would mind having a listen to a few of their songs. They have great respect for Cherrytree and have asked specifically if I could send a demo to you. Here is the link:
Scott... could you please add at your playlist for breakfast a beautiful song, of Tokio Hotelt it's so beautiful... "Hilf mir fliegen" If you could it will be very nice... I have many things of Tokio Hotel, many cds... but this song... I had never heard...I loved... was like... Ahhh... I can't explain... was amazing what I felt...