Christian Music Publishing’s Bridge Music LLC, Launches Artist Discovery Program

Christian music publishing company Bridge Music LLC sets out to find emerging and unsigned talent, launching their Artist Discovery Program today. Bridge Music is searching for artists, songwriters and singers inside the genres of Gospel, Worship and Christian Contemporary Music with additional emphasis placed on artists who are bilingual.

Led by CEO Jake Salomon, the Bridge Music’s Artist Discovery Program follows in the footsteps of a global distribution agreement with Provident Music Group, a division of Sony Music Entertainment the label recently secured. The agreement allows an international audience to connect with the multi-lingual praise and worship songs written by Bridge Music’s songwriters.

Bridge Music’s notable song roster includes the Spanish version of Lauren Daigle’s “Trust in You” (“Confiare en Ti”) by Majo Solis, an acoustic version of Lucía Parker’s “Oh The Blood of Jesus” by former NBC’s “The Voice” contestant Charlie Rey and many more. This fall has been season of noteworthy releases with the company debuting singles from Rene Gonzalez featuring Planetshakers’ Joth Hunt and a CCM radio cut from Brad Alden, produced by Grammy® nominated songwriter Jon Jackson. In the coming months, Bridge Music will deliver anticipated Spanish and English albums from the multiple Dove Award and Latin GRAMMY® nominated artist, Lucía Parker.

Artists, Songwriters and Singers looking to apply for Bridge Music’s Artist Discovery Program will need to submit:

  • An original song or a cover song
  • A current photo
  • A word document that would contain a list of their songwriting history and credits
  • Any former contractual relationships (publishing, record company, management)

For more information on Bridge Music’s Artist Discovery Program, visit: http://www.bridgemusic.co/searching-new-talent/#songwriters

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