• Eversong

    Business Audio Support

  • Geoffrey Latham -

    Music is the vernacular of the human soul.

Who We Are

Eversong are best of breed specialists working with charismatic brands & creative agencies. We make music ideas happen by providing white label services including content acquisition, music licensing, integrated artist partnerships, copyright administration and digital media rights management.

Music Strategy

Music Program Development & Management
Music Supervision
Staff Training & Education
Workflow Optimization

Branded Entertainment

Artist Partnerships
Discovery Engine
Label & Publisher Relations
Event Sponsorship & Activation

Rights Management

Acquisition & Licensing
Intellectual Property
Copyright & Royalty Administration
Contract Negotiation
Asset Management
Budgeting & Cost Control

1264 Genres

There are an estimated 1264 genres of modern music. - The Guardian

93 Percent

93% percent of the country's population listens to music, spending more than 25 hours each week tuning into their favorite tunes. - Nielsen

4 Hours

Americans spend an average 4 hours and 5 minutes each day consuming audio. - Edison Research

42 Percent

42% of consumers identify sound as important in communications and product experience. - Millward Brown

  • Dean Cherny - StorePlay

    You won’t consciously notice the music when it’s right, but you will definitely notice it when it’s wrong.

Shawn Moseley – Partner

Shawn brings with him 20 years of media & entertainment experience, encompassing promotion, A&R, marketing, brand strategy and operations. Combining a healthy mix of insight, strategy, and wit, Shawn excels at using traditional and non traditional partnerships to reach new audiences and drive brand growth.

Prior to launching Eversong, Moseley was the Creative Manager of A&R for Mood Media North America, a leading in-store media specialist with 580,000 commercial locations in over 40 countries throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.

While at Mood, Shawn crafted and managed innovative, ear-catching campaigns for nationally recognized brands like Sephora, AT&T Mobility, Macy’s, Qdoba, JC Penney, Sunglass Hut and The North Face. As an integral member of the Experience Design Group, Shawn maximized opportunities for rights holders by leveraging 100 million daily listeners to the mutual benefit of both artist and client.

Before joining Mood, Moseley worked for various major and independent labels including Epic Records, Time Bomb Recordings, Island Def Jam Music Group and Columbia Records working with artists like Augustana, Jay-Z, Social Distortion, Willie Nelson, Graham Nash, Lionel Richie, Tony Bennett, and Sunny Day Real Estate.

He is a frequent speaker and juried panelist at both educational institutions and industry events, with appearances at NARAS/Grammy In The Schools, Belmont University’s Entertainment In New York, NARIP, Next Big Nashville, Georgia State University, Full Sail University, Appalachian State University, New Music Confab, Queens University and the Florida Music Festival.

Shawn is an avid cyclist. He has been cited or featured in HITS, Billboard, Jezebel, Dwell, Pollstar, Wall Street Journal Online and most recently on NPR.

Brian Cullinan – Partner

Co-Founder and Publisher of indie music magazine Shuffle, Brian Cullinan spent over 14 years working with some of the world’s top music talent while a senior executive at Sony Music and Columbia Records. In 2006 he formed the boutique music label and artist consultancy Left Turn Music with acclaimed producer Elliot Mazer where projects included Levon Helm’s Grammy Award-winning release Dirt Farmer, Billboard World Songwriting Contest winners Soulfege, and multi-platinum artist Mark Bryan (Hootie and The Blowfish).

While at Sony, Brian led the company’s digital broadcast engagement, collaborating with a wide array of partners such as Sirius/XM radio, Clear Channel, CBS Radio, and Pandora to implement ground-breaking artist marketing campaigns and guide content licensing strategy. As the head of Columbia Records’ New Media Department, he oversaw the group responsible for implementing and executing digitally-based marketing strategies across that label’s roster of 182 artists.

As a music business consultant, Brian has worked with a variety of companies including Muzak, CBS Radio, Best Buy, and SESAC to help further strategy goals and stretch the effectiveness of marketing

Brian has been a featured speaker at numerous music industry trade and industry events and is considered a pioneer in the area of music entertainment technology.

Jason McCormick – Partner

A media licensing professional with 18 years of experience in developing or acquiring compelling content for use in commercial outlets to engage consumers, accelerate growth, and build relationships that drive loyalty.

In addition to Eversong, Jason runs SoundTrust Media - providing services for national and international music service providers. These services include managing transactions with record labels, music publishers and various content/program suppliers as well as providing direction on complex intellectual property matters, digital exploitation concepts, and the development of innovative business models involving music.

Prior to SoundTrust Media, Jason was with commercial music service provider Mood Media as Director of Licensing & Industry Relations. In that role he developed and directed the content rights strategy for Mood Media via acquisition, licensing, and marketing platforms. He was also responsible for the implementation of content solutions to complement various global product strategies, including day-to-day management and coordination of media content for national clients and strategic partners.

  • Shawn Moseley
  • Brian Cullinan
  • Jason McCormick
  • Meet Our Team

  • Glenn Minerley - Billboard

    Music marketing spending is growing exponentially. Like mobile, digital or social, it has the power to improve the bottom line, to unite people, and to put brands in a position of providing actual real-life value.

Our Work

Recent projects

  • Share Of Ear Study, 2014 - Edison Research

    Americans spend an average of 4 hours and 5 minutes each day consuming audio.

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