Clark, Rick
July 2005
Mix;Jul2005, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p146
Reports on the creation and production of music that is not dependent on hit radio and typical music business dynamics by 615 Music in Nashville, Tennessee. Development of music for the nation's high profile network and cable shows; Introduction of the client roster; Focus of the company on landing cuts on the next country sensation's album.


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