Wanted: Holiday Music

It’s almost that time of year – when stores start blasting Christmas music, the radio lights up with holiday classics, and decorations are abundant everywhere you go.

Each holiday season, musicians have the chance to get paid for commercial placements of their holiday covers or original music.

Several companies have already approached us in need of holiday songs as soon as possible and we know you’re just the musicians for the job! Check out this special holiday opportunity and find out more about what we’re looking for below.

Here’s what we need you to do:

Cover popular or original holiday songs

Upload lossless audio ONLY (uncompressed AIFF or WAV)

Don’t send songs with samples or other pieces from master recordings that you do not own

If your track is selected, head to your Licensing Catalog Page to fill out meta-data for your song and to accept the license agreement. You must fill out all meta-data for your songs to be eligible for placement.

Public domain songs are preferable. Here’s a list of songs in the public domain:

Auld Lange Syne
Carol of the Bells
Deck the Hall
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Good King Wenceslas
Hark! The Harold Angels Sing
Jingle Bells
Jolly Old St. Nicholas
Joy to the World
O Christmas Tree
O Holy Night
Silent Night
We Wish You A Merry Christmas
What Child is This (Greensleeves)

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One Response to Wanted: Holiday Music

  1. Justinas says:

    Hello,

    My name is Justin and I am a leader of a rock band “Alive Way” . We would like You to consider our christmas songs from our new EP “Footprints in the Snow”. Here’s the link https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ddpl77oyrmo98dc/-IZ4CWwV-2

    Best Regards
    Justin,
    Alive Way

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