10 Places to Pitch Your Songs, Music or Skills

  1. Check out YouTube, ReverbNation, Soundcloud etc. for cover artists who don’t write their own songs.
  2. Go to open mics to find great singers who don’t write their own songs.
  3. Music libraries like Crucial Music.com or MusicSupervisor.com for sync.
  4. Sites with sync and other pitch opportunities like Taxi, Broadjam and MusicOpps.
  5. To businesses to use your songs in their commercials.
  6. Directly to music supervisors to use in the films and TV shows they are working on.
  7. To independent filmmakers who need music and don’t have a music supervisor to do the selecting and licensing for them.
  8. To up-and-coming artists who are good but not great songwriters.
  9. To producers who might want to have a library of originals to pitch to clients who need more songs.
  10. To publishers who are looking for artists to develop, not just songs.

The bottom line is this: Wherever you hear music, someone was looking for it and most likely paying for it. Your job is to put yourself in a position to know about and pitch to those opportunities as soon as they arise, A day, or even an hour late can mean the difference between success and failure for that opportunity.

About The Author

Vinny Ribas

Vinny Ribas is the founder and CEO of Indie Connect, an artist management, consulting and training company. The company also hosts networking and educational events and has published an app that connects people to the Nashville Music Industry. During his 40+ year career, Vinny has been a full time musician, artist manager, booking agent, songwriter, studio owner, producer and the Entertainment Director for the NV State Fair. He has also coached over 1000 artists and songwriters. He is a sought after speaker and has authored over 400 music industry articles. Vinny is also the CEO of Top 4M Entertainment, an independent film and television production company.