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The Nucleus is opening doors for Irish songwriters

Dublin venture will provide services to Irish songwriters pitching original compositions

23rd April, 2017
Hamlet Sweeney, founder, The NucleusZofia Jarzebkiewicz

Behind many of today’s successful bands and solo artists, along with the original songs used in films, TV shows and ads, are the music publishers who issue calls to songwriters for new material.

With his new Dublin venture The Nucleus, Hamlet Sweeney hopes to connect songwriters in Ireland with some of the biggest music publishers worldwide.

Based on South William Street, The Nucleus will provide services to Irish songwriters pitching original compositions to...

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