Music City Social to Tell Insider Stories of Nashville's Music Business

Brentwood Tennessee advertising firm Avidea, has just announced they will soon launch Music City Social, a weekly audio program featuring candid interviews with Nashville songwriters, session musicians, producers, recording engineers, and touring musicians. Guests of the reality program will tell first-hand accounts of how Nashville's music business business can be fun, difficult, and sometimes merciless.

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Guests on Music City Social have been candid about Nashville's music business

Brentwood, TN (PRWEB) September 12, 2012

Brentwood Tennessee advertising firm Avidea, has just announced they will soon launch Music City Social, a weekly audio program featuring candid interviews with Nashville songwriters, session musicians, producers, recording engineers, and touring musicians. Guests of the reality program will tell first-hand accounts of how Nashville's music business business can be fun, difficult, and sometimes merciless.

According to the show's host, Drew Bourke, "Music City Social is an opportunity for people in the music business to tell their story, good or bad, about what it's like working with country music artists, record labels, producers, songwriters and recording studios. Anyone who has worked in or around the music business in Nashville has had to deal with up's and down's. Most folks have a story about things not going as planned. Typically these stories are about personality conflicts and power struggles."

Three segments of Music City Social have been recorded and are currently in production. The show is scheduled to launch in early October.

"Our goal is for Music City Social to entertain. We have some fantastic stories from some very interesting people who have seen areas of the music business most will never see. Nashville has an abundance of people with fascinating stories to tell. Even when the stories about loss or disappointment, we try to keep an element of humor present. Most of the guests coming on the show have had plenty of time to process their experiences, and can now laugh about them," according to Drew Bourke, host and producer of Music City Social.

Music City Social is the creation of Drew Bourke, who owns and operates Avidea PR, a public relations and advertising firm based in Brentwood, Tennessee.

Music City Social will be distributed in podcast format until offline distribution is finalized. Downloads, and more information about the audio program can be found at http://www.MusicCitySocial.net.