MADISON COUNTY, Ala. – Calling all North Alabama musicians!
The Huntsville-Madison County Public Library shall be launching a brand new native music streaming service and is on the lookout for artists to take part.
The streaming platform shall be referred to as Blast. The library says that Musicians from Colbert, DeKalb, Franklin, Jackson, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Limestone, Madison, Marshall, Morgan counties are eligible to submit music for consideration.
In accordance with the library, Blast would be the Library’s dwelling music assortment that paperwork North Alabama’s evolving music scene.
The Library says they’re accepting submissions till June 30 and can launch the free service this summer time. Artists will even be compensated if their music is chosen for streaming.
“Blast is one other avenue for HMCPL to attach with the wealthy cultural and humanities scene in our neighborhood. By working in alignment with the Music Initiative of the Metropolis of Huntsville, we not solely showcase the abilities of our native artists, we additionally reimburse them for sharing their music,” stated Annie Phillips, HMCPL’s Digital Providers Supervisor and Blast’s venture supervisor.
For extra details about Blast, together with methods to submit music, please go to the web site: blast.hmcpl.org
The library says the group of curators, made up of local people members and Library workers will make the ultimate picks.
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