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615 Music Announces Latest Projects, Music Libraries

A recording session at 615 Music

Randy Wachtler, president and CEO of 615 Music in Nashville, Tenn. announced the latest projects from the company’s Custom Division. 615 Music has produced a new thematic piece for NBC-TV’s The Today Show entitled “Today Goes Wild.” The new theme is a blend of African rhythms, percussion and vocals. In addition, 615 Music produced a new version of the song “Where in the World is Matt Lauer?” also for The Today Show.

Additionally, 615 Music has developed and produced musical themes for major-market media outlets, including new news themes for WISH-TV in Indianapolis; “Just the Thing,” a new theme song to promote the morning news on WBBM-TV in Chicago; a new Milwaukee Brewers baseball theme package for WTMJ radio; “Let’s Go, Tribe,” a new theme song for the Cleveland Indians that will be played at the team’s home ballpark, Jacobs Field, as well as on local TV and radio stations; and the new theme song “My 20” for KTXH-TV in Houston.

615 Music’s Hip Hop Country music library

The new releases from 615 Music’s Production Music Library division are Hip Hop Country, a modern blend of country and hip hop; Reggaeton, a blend of reggae, hip hop, Latin and Jamaican influences composed by John Forbes; Alternative Rock, Vol. 2 by Watt White of the band the Smash Up; and Power Industrial, offering “techno-industrial” music with a darker, more powerful edge.

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