Eddie V Garcia
Nashville, TN (October 5, 2009) Documentary film to highlight the shady and questionable dealings of the music industry in Music City, Nashville, TN.
While on a recent trip to Las Vegas, singer/songwriter Eddie V Garcia became acquainted with a few people who are interested in funding, creating and shooting a documentary about unscrupulous people, the seedy side of the music industry and the fake or "pseudo" music producers in Music City, Nashville, TN.
The documentary will be shot in similar style as Michael Moore films and will expose those who are scammers, con-artists and who prey on aspiring artists/musicians. Garcia will be writing several songs to be featured in its soundtrack.
The film will expose those who make false statements, lie about just about everything to make a buck (or several thousand) and who make claims that they know the "who's who" on Music Row, that includes songwriters, publishers and record labels. Garcia and others will be interviewed who have a personal connection or knowledge about a shady Music Row person.
Featured or exposed in the film will be those who have been sued by major record labels for making misleading and deceptive statements, those making false statements about GRAMMY nominations, those using and pitching identical songs to multiple numbers of musicians, those who have used songs without permission and those who have been charged with theft against musicians.
"The nefarious activities of some cannot be tolerated anymore and they will be featured in the film for all to be advised and educated," said Garcia. "The burden will be on them to prove their activities aren't illegal, shady or questionable or in violation of local, state or federal laws," added Garcia. "I have personal experience with one individual who made false and misleading statements and ultimately scammed me and perhaps others and it is time that this person's illicit activities come out in the public so that others aren't harmed as they pursue their music careers and the general public has some degree of protection,"
"So, if you claim to be in the music business and are a bit sketchy or questionable, have had a shady past, you might just be in the documentary,"
Protected by the 1st and 14th amendments to the US Constitution, the film will definitely set a precedence by pushing the limits in video journalism and root out the scum that plague the music industry in Nashville.
Production and exposes will begin shortly.