Episode two of "Do I Have A Hit Song?," the world's first television talent search, produced and created by Musik and Film that focuses on songwriters performing their original works, is set to be taped at Mavericks at the Jacksonville Landing on Friday Jan. 9 starting at 7PM. The show will be broadcast on Jan. 20.
Available on cable TV in the U.S. and to a worldwide audience online at IndiMusic.TV, "Do I Have A Hit Song?" looks beneath the surface and searches for the best original songwriters. Orlando, FL-based songwriter Ashley Baker was the winner of episode one and will be going on through to the next stage.
Episode two will have a special guest co-host, 80s hit-writer Tommy Tutone (Jenny 867-5309), joining the show’s host and presenter Drew Copeland of band Sister Hazel--who had a No. 1 U.S. hit with "All for You."
At the end of the series, the winning act will see their submission professionally recorded and produced by the Musik and Film Production team before it’s released worldwide and supported by international radio promotion, video promotion and physical and digital distribution.
The winner will have the support of IndiMusic.TV, which has over 800,000 members in its network, including a "Spotlight Segment" and "Artist Feature" on the site for the full month following the end of the contest.
In addition, the winner will also receive a custom Montarado acoustic guitar, a custom made Toneville amplifier, plus official endorsements from both companies.
2nd and 3rd place artists will have the chance to release and promote their own songs through a PR campaign with Musik Radio Promotions. 2nd place will also win a Montarado TimberKaster custom made electric guitar.
For a complete explanation of how it all works, click here.