Amy Stroup's "Write My Story" was featured in Academy Sports Back To School spot. Watch the clip here!
Of the collaboration, Michaelson told People, "I was so moved by Deaf West's performance on the Tonys this year that I reached out to Deaf West artistic director DJ Kurs and Tony-nominated director Michael Arden with an idea to incorporate their incredible work with ASL into a music video. It was a total collaboration … the incredible actors performed with me, interpreting the song into ASL, while I sang – and tried my best to sign!"
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NEW ALBUM, IT DOESN'T HAVE TO MAKE SENSE, AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER!
Ingrid’s album It Doesn’t Have To Make Sense is available for digital pre-order on iTunes and Amazon. When you pre-order the album, you'll get the first track from the record "Light Me Up" as well as Ingrid's New Single "Hell No" Instantly after purchase!
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FALL TOUR DATES AVAILABLE NOW!
Purchase tickets here!
"I Got What You Want," performed by Maggie Eckford and written by Maggie Eckford, Matthew Mayfield, and Micah Wilshire, was featured in a trailer for Keeping Up With The Joneses. Watch the clip here!
Secret Road partnered with Creative Lab Hawaii to host a Music Immersive Program in the form of a songwriting camp, which took place June 10th-14th in Hawaii. The five-day intensive program focused on giving participants the opportunity to co-write and produce music for specific film or TV projects with a team of professional mentors.
Following the completion of the program, attendees will receive year-round mentoring support, and three of the most promising attendees will be selected by the mentors to participate in networking opportunities with music industry leaders in Los Angeles. In addition to composing songs for specific projects, participants were able to learn some of the finer points of music licensing, publishing, intellectual property (IP) protection, and other aspects of the business from industry experts.
Secret Road writers included Brian Fennell, Adrianne Gonzalez, and Katie Herzig. The music supervisors' projects covered a range of fields, which included advertisements, films, and trailers. Those supervisors/executives included Wayne Davis, Lynn Grossman, Daniel Higbee, Dave Jordan, Julianne Jordan, Gwen Riley, Heather Anderson, Janine Scalise-Boyd, Susan Schwartz, Jerome Spence and Natalie Wali.
Photo Credit: Terry Warner
Danger Twins' "Wave" was featured in the latest New Balance Women: Manifesto advertising campaign. Purchase the track here!
Ingrid Michaelson's "Hell No" made its TV debut on NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on June 7th. Watch the performance here!
The single, released April 29th, was co-written with Nashville writer Barry Dean ("Girls Chase Boys") and Grammy award-winning country songwriter Luke Laird. Purchase the track here!