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Life In Abundance Video

Life In Abundance Feature Video

Project Highlights We worked with international non-profit, Life in Abundance, to create ...
Austin Webb All Country On You EPK

Austin Webb “All Country On You” EPK

Project Highlights Working with Streamsound Records, we helped bring Austin’s branding to ...
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Hunger for Love

Project Highlights This short film is a one of a kind, brilliant ...
Naomi Judd True Source Entertainment

Naomi Judd Video EPK

Project Highlights Working with Choice Media and Hill Entertainment in Nashville TN, ...

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Michael Rooker’s “Asylum of the Dead” featuring music by True Source Entertainment founder Joshua Smith releases at Walmart and Amazon


May 16, 2015—Asylum of the Dead, the first official behind the camera release by The Walking Dead star, Michael Rooker, has hit the shelves of Walmart and Amazon.com.  The release, starring Rooker, Beverley Mitchell and Haylie Duff about the insane asylum by the same name in Rooker’s hometown is a blend of science fiction and […]

The American Dream Short Film

The American Dream Short score by Joshua Smith

“The American Dream” is a thrilling, dramatic short film about the struggles of a man who’s seemingly idyllic life falls apart one peice at a time.  True Source Entertainment’s own Joshua Smith scored the short. The film is slated as one of the top 20 films in consideration at the Shreveport Film Festival, or “Louisiana Film Prize […]

Is The New U2 Album on Your Iphone? Yes it is.

U2 Album on the Iphone

This was a bit hard to believe until we saw it ourselves on our own iPhones.  The new album was released a couple weeks ago now, and however a little floored, we’re also impressed, and very grateful… we are fans after all.  But this cravass is a “hard” one to cross. Generally, the idea of […]

The new Beats Music Store: Should I join?

MOG.com is a “find”, “play”, “share” music solution that’s been around since 2006, and if you’ve never heard of it, you’re in luck…  Beats by Dre just launched “Beats Music” which is the replacement entity for Mog.  It’s a mobile music stream venture by Dr. Dre and Interscope Records’, Jimmy Iovine.  It pushes, or at least […]

Pop Culture Predicting the Oscars


The Wolf of Wall Street is gaining interest from social media audiences that measure to breakthrough heights.  Boasting a staggering 967,035 followers across Twitter and Facebook, they’ve got a 400k lead on their closest competitor. It will be interesting to see how the film fairs against it’s competitors in the race for Best Picture, “Gravity” […]

Poly: A Nashville Commodity

Poly: A Nashville Commodity

Poly is a local band in Nashville TN.  After getting to know them through the Pop Up series (they’ll be playing Nashville very soon…), not only am I a fan and an advocate, but I’m interested in where their melodies, influence, and pursuation have come from.  Three seemingly different schools of thought all come together to make […]

Save the Roxy!

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Today in East Nashville there’s an event happening…  And not just any event.  I found out about the Roxy Theatre a few months back looking for older buildings on the East side that might be perfect locations for a new venue, recording space – just something a little different.  In talking with a rep at […]

30 Americans at The Frist

Rashid Johnson. The New Negro Escapist Social and Athletic Club (Thurgood), 2008. Lambda print, Ed. 2/5, 69 x 55 1/2 in. Courtesy of Rubell Family Collection. Courtesy of David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Going to the recent show at the Frist this last weekend was a surprise of beauty, a shock of culture, and altogether one of the best shows I’ve seen there.  Nashville loves this venue for its far-reaching appreciation of all arts, and I can’t say enough good things about it myself.  It’s interesting though that […]

Two Ears and One Mouth, There’s a Reason.

A mentor of mine in LA always told me, “We have two ears and one mouth for a reason…  We should listen twice as much as we speak.”  This wisdom has stuck with me since he told me, and I’ve had the opportunity to meet his mentor, Quincy Jones, who ultimately was the first to use […]