It’s official… Musicnotes is on TikTok! 🥳

You might already follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or even our two YouTube channels (Signature Artist and our main channel)… so why should you follow our TikTok account?

Maybe you want to hear some songwriting advice from Disney composer Alan Menken. Or how about a personal conversion about mental health with singer-songwriter Julia Michaels? Perhaps you’re more into exclusive performances from the writers of your favorite songs across a variety of genres, like pop, country, and Broadway.
We’re bringing you all of that and so much more!

Here are just a few of our videos to get you started:

If you’re into the latest music, check out this interview we had with Josh Jenkins, one of the writers of the viral song “Fancy Like”!

@musicnotes

Josh Jenkins on writing @walkerhayesofficial’s viral hit FancyLike! #fyp #songwritingtips

♬ original sound – Musicnotes

Go behind the scenes as Liz Rose explains how the Little Big Town song “Girl Crush” came to be:

@musicnotes

Songwriter Liz Rose on writing @littlebigtown’s “Girl Crush”! #songwriting #country #musiciantok #fyp #littlebigtown #musicnotes

♬ original sound – Musicnotes

Plus, we’ve got exciting and exclusive performances to enjoy! Watch as the songwriter of “Michael in the Bathroom”, Joe Iconis, performs his hit:

@musicnotes

Watch a minute of @mrjoeiconis’s performance of “Michael in the Bathroom”! Full video at link in bio. #songwriter #fyp #musiciantok #broadway #musical

♬ original sound – Musicnotes

Watch and listen as Jeff Pardo takes you through the process of writing “My Jesus” with Anne Wilson and Matthew West:

@musicnotes

Jeff Pardo talks about writing the hit song “My Jesus” with @annewilsonmusic! #fyp #musiciantok #songwriting #christianmusic #myjesus

♬ original sound – Musicnotes

Take a listen as Grammy-Award winning songwriter David Hodges talks about what it was like writing “Afterglow” with Ed Sheeran:

As you can see from just these 5 videos, we’re here to bring you all the best performances and interviews from the people who create your favorite music. And there’s so much more to come!

So what will we post next? You’ll have to follow us to find out! 😉


Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in the post above may be "affiliate links." This means if you click on the link and make a purchase, Musicnotes will receive an affiliate commission. We are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."