Monday, October 22, 2007

JSM Music and WoozyFly unite to feature and help indie artists

JSM Music (, the largest commercial music production company in America, and WoozyFly (, the online music media company devoted to independent artists, have formed a strategic partnership to produce "The Set at JSM Music" - an online music video series featuring the hottest up and coming independent artists. In addition, WoozyFly and JSM Music have entered into an agreement to represent select indie artists and present them in a cutting edge way to the advertising community for inclusion in television, radio and multimedia advertisements in the multi-billion-dollar advertising industry.
The Set at JSM is the premiere video series on and will debut on in October with the launch of the site. At launch, there will be more than 30 episodes of the program featuring such bands as Kittie, Spottiswoode, Dolly Rots, Zack Hillyard, Devante, and Hysterics performing live sets from JSM Studios.
JSM Music founder and President Joel Simon, a 2007 honoree of the coveted "Crain's Business 40 Under 40," who has also been appointed to the Board of WoozyFly, is excited about this new venture: "As the music industry shake out continues to dissipate the antiquated record company model for artist development, distribution, and marketing, WoozyFly's model and our partnership is a unique breakthrough and blueprint for unified success for all involved."
JSM Music is the largest commercial music production company in America producing music for some of the world's best-known advertisements. Joel Simon and JSM have been featured in Billboard, Crain's New York Business, Creativity, New York Post, Adweek, Advertising Age, New York Times, and countless others. The company and its talent pool have garnered countless gold and platinum records, Grammys, Emmys and every advertising award imaginable. Their recent advertising campaigns include projects featuring Mary J. Blige, TI, Kelly Clarkson, Fat Joe, LL Cool J, and Eve.
WoozyFly is an online music media company devoted to independent music that has deconstructed the traditional model and is introducing a completely new approach to music. With the launch of its web site,, the company will enable fans to find great new music and for indie musicians to connect with fans and reach new heights in popularity. With more than 1000 bands representing 14 musical genres, is a multimedia network where artists, fans and EJs (Electronic Jockeys) can dynamically interact together on one site using the latest intuitive technology. Fans, Artists and EJs can create their own music shows, share videos and tracks, view WoozyFly's very own produced programs featuring the hottest artists on the site, as well as keep in touch with the latest news from some of the world's finest independent artists.

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