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SongCast Music Distribution

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Industry  Music
Area served  Worldwide
Founded  2006
Founder  Mike Wright
Headquarters  Akron, Ohio, United States
Products  Digital Music Distribution

SongCast is an American digital music distribution service based in Akron, Ohio, United States. It is a website artists use to upload music to iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Beats Music, Google Play and Amazon MP3.



According to Mashable, SongCast was founded in 2006 and has rights agreements with digital music services. In 2012, The Huffington Post reported that Denver White, an artist using SongCast's services, was involved in a fraud scheme costing iTunes and Amazon up to $1 million. White uploaded his music to SongCast and other music distribution companies only to buy his own music with stolen credit cards and earning money from the royalties. White did not act alone, eleven other individuals participated by using multiple laptops and software to hide the location the music was being bought from. These individuals were prosecuted and convicted.

Musicians and characters on SongCast

  • Peter Beckett of soft rock band Player uses SongCast to distribute albums from Player, including Spies of Life.
  • Bubba the Love Sponge, host of The Bubba the Love Sponge Show uses SongCast to distribute his original content.
  • Jimi Jamison of the rock band Survivor has albums distributed by SongCast, including Never Too Late.
  • Australian rock band Wolfmother used SongCast to distribute their latest album, New Crown.
  • Country rock musician and son of country star Waylon Jennings, Shooter Jennings, distributed his 2011 album, Outlaw You, through SongCast as a digital exclusive.
  • References

    SongCast Music Distribution Wikipedia

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