Call for Music – Columbus Neighborhoods Documentary

Started in 1909 as the Ohio Malleable Band, the Second Regiment Band was led by John Peter France. This photo has them preparing to go to Philadelphia in 1976 to appear in a U.S. Bicentennial parade.(Photo: Columbus Neighborhoods)
Started in 1909 as the Ohio Malleable Band, the Second Regiment Band was led by John Peter France. This photo has them preparing to go to Philadelphia in 1976 to appear in a U.S. Bicentennial parade.(Photo: Columbus Neighborhoods)

Documentary series is looking for locally produced music!

WOSU Public Media is looking for original music to be part of the soundtrack for our new TV documentary series, Columbus Neighborhoods.

We’re interested in all styles of music, from rock to classical, blues to jazz, rap to alternative, and much more. You name it and we’d like to hear it. Both instrumental and lyrical music submissions are welcome. Music should be original due to copyright issues (i.e., no covers, please)

Local musicians who would like volunteer their time and music for this ground breaking project will be recognize their efforts in the program credits.

Columbus Neighborhoods is a series of six documentaries being produced before the end of 2012. Columbus Neighborhoods investigates the history of our historic neighborhoods, including the areas of Downtown and Franklinton, The Short North (already finished!), German Village, Olde Towne East, King-Lincoln, and the University District. All programs will air on WOSU TV, Central and Southern Ohio’s Public Television Station.

If interested in being part of this historic documentary series, send your music CDs and/or contact information to:

Mary Rathke
rathke@wosu.org
WOSU Public Media
2400 Olentangy River Road
Columbus, Ohio 43210

In case you missed it, here’s the list of local musicians (plus cuts) that aired during the Short North documentary:

1. The Cabdrivers – In the Wealth of Perfect Company
2. John Garratt – The June in Bloom
3. Jakob Freely – Radio… See More
4. Jakob Freely – Ava
5. Jeff Dalrymple – The Race Back Home
6. City Folk – 2640 Fair Avenue
7. Team Smile and Nod – So Damn Good
8. Gipson & Fitz Trio – Old Krauss Pond
9. The Westsylvanians– Winter’s Dead (Instrumental)
10. Grace Adele – Crossing Paths
11. Cheli Turner – Fallin’
12. Joey Hebdo – Where is the Love
13. Hilda Doyle/Toria Brown – Stop the Rain
14. Gipson & Fitz Trio – Rail Car
15. Heartbreak Orchestra – 15 Minutes of Fame
16. RJ Cowdery – Hold On
17. Team Smile and Nod – Not about the Weather
18. Isle of Pines (Mark Spurgeon) – Debris Field
19. Michael Coleman – Take it to your Grave
20. RJ Cowdery – These Ties that Bind
21. Hope Vitellas – Picture Frame
22. Grace Adele –As Far As
23. John Garratt – Circle Breaker
24. County Line Junction – Real Love
25. Cheli Turner – Kiss
26. Grace Adel – Silent Romance
27. Stratos – Sonik Dissolutions
28. Team Smile and Nod – Still Suck
29. Stratos – In the Shadows of Coruscant
30. Hilda Doyle – No Time
31. Rob Rock Mock – What I’m Looking For
32. Jared Mahone – Somebody Knows
33. Allan Luchenitser –Merle Hop
34. Stone Johnson and the Shooters – Lonely Side of Town
35. City Folk – Further From Here than Yesterday
36. Joey Hebdo – Behind Sight
37. County Line Junction – Fad
38. Artie Kegler – Walking
39. Artie Kegler – Babylon
40. Jason Quicksall – Wiser Side
41. Team Smile and Nod – Even Tho
42. Jakob Freely and the Mixtape Bandits – Dogfarm
43. Keith Novicki and Ryan Shafer– Improvised Performance 2008
44. Ukulele Man – I love You and You Love Me
45. Eileen Motok & Intuit – Matthew
46. Andy Harrison – Flores
47. Jakob Freely and the Mixtape Bandits – Lunacy
48. The Vague – Helluva Guy
49. The Slang – Bleed Me
50. Kelly Warner – Columbus Neighborhoods Theme

Comments
  • Trusty Wings

    Not clear to me from this, do the artists keep the copyright to their music, or are they granting it to the documentary entirely?

  • http://wosu.org Scott Gowans

    Musicians always keep their copyright ownership in this project. When you sign a release form, you are giving WOSU permission to use your music in our television program. We may edit the music, such as cutting from the beginning of a song to the end of the song. We may use the music in a Neighborhood promo, short video, or neighborhoods radio spot also. Music will not be used on any sort of “best of” CD. If we ever want to produce the best music of the Columbus Neighborhoods documentaries CD, we would have to go back to the musician for permission.

    I hope this helps. Please contact Mark Rathke at rathke@wosu.org with other questions.