Stage dream awaits for talented On Song Australia singer-songwriters.
On Song is a documentary and performance based show featuring songwriters. On Song will unearth unknown songwriters in various regions and celebrate their talents to the public.
Within few weeks of the campaign, On Song Australia received more than a 100 singer-songwriters register and submit songs for the program’s first TV pilot episodes, being shot June 3rd at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts.
Host and co-creator Ken Kunin said the talent pool of entries has been extraordinary.
“The entries we have received so far have been outstanding – the talent out there amongst singer-songwriters is just fantastic! All the artists that we have already selected will receive global exposure via our social channels – an audience that is rapidly growing.”
On Song Goes international
Original singer songwriters and now bands can have fans from India to Indiana, Australia to Austria its a wonderful world the new music industry.
Ken Kunin co founder/producer, musical director and presenter, said “everyday is a real buzz” pre production is taken much of our time but like the audience we can not wait to watch the show and opening doors for fantastic artists who come into the spotlight.
Once On Song Australia started marketing to the world as opposed to just the Australia market, they saw their Facebook page likes grow from 1,100 to over 17,500 people in a matter of just two weeks.
“The take home message is that music is the world’s universal language,” Ken said.
“With the advent of the internet and social media, there is no limit to the size of the audience. Artists want to connect with people, regardless of where they live or where their audience is based.”
To learn more about Ken Kunin’s thoughts on the industry, watch this video.
Audience craving raw original music and true talent of singer songwriters performing there music it is real, rather than the polish and glamour of large corporate music industry machine.
Someone once said ” Give the public what they want, and they’ll come to see it”. Now all they need do is press a button and watch a screen to be with an artist playing anywhere on earth.
The future is Now! Get tickets to the first TV Show
To reserve tickets For the June 3rd TV show and be part of the studio audience, email firstname.lastname@example.org and write tickets in the subject box. Let us know how many you need. Doors will open at 1215 PM at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary arts.