First season of the music competition No coverage is about to launch for free on YouTube today [April 20].
In the series, a group of artists perform their best song in front of Alice Cooper, Bishop Briggs, Gavin Rossdale, Lzzy Hale and Tosin Abasi and the judges choose a group to advance to the final. The season is made up of eleven episodes that will chart the journey of the hopeful musicians until one of them is crowned the winner and recipient of prizes, including a contract with Sumerian Records, the agency’s representation of reservation of UTA and management of the Shelter Music Group.
The series was created by music and film producer Ash Avildsen and the first two episodes will debut on his Sumerian Records YouTube page.
The producers told us about the YouTube release: “We are distributing the first season ourselves so that everyone can watch it for free. We will explore an exclusive music streaming partner (Amazon, Apple, YouTube, Deezer, Spotify, Tidal) for the second season.
The show is filmed live at the Troubadour and the Sunset Marquis Hotel in West Hollywood.
In 2020, Avildsen relaunched the rock and roll magazine Hit Parade as a television, film and live event production studio with their first original scripted series city of paradise debuts on Amazon Prime and iTunes. No coverage also part of the Hit Parader release.