The Maroon 5 frontman and The Voice executive producer Audrey Morrissey are joining forces with Grammy Award-winning songwriter Dave Stewart for a pilot called Songland, according to the Hollywood Reporter. If picked up, the show will be a reality competition for songwriters.
It will also give aspiring songwriters a look into the business of songwriting, including a chance to see the gatekeepers of the industry in action. Songland will reportedly feature everyday people with "compelling stories" who will have the chance to pitch their original songs to some of the biggest producers and artists in the industry.
The concept of the show is unlike the general music/singing competitions we're used to, so we're curious how it will turn out. Quite a few big name artists started off as songwriters, including Ne Yo, Kesha and Sia, and it's no secret the craft can lead to big bucks.
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