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Apple Music launches new program spotlighting Nashville songwriters

Apple Music’s Lost & Found features unreleased country music that’s re-recorded by well-known artists in the industry.

Jelly Roll speaking with a host on Apple Music.

We’re ready for these new tunes to roll out.

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Ditch the long-forgotten hats and coats, Apple Music has introduced our favorite “Lost & Found” system yet.

The subscription streaming platform’s new program shines a light on unreleased music by Nashville songwriters that’s re-recorded by some of today’s biggest artists. A total of six lost demos, one new song each month, will be released. Everyone involved from songwriters and recording artists to producers outline the creative process and the song’s background for each episode.

Stream “Dragging These Roots,” sung by Nashville-native Jelly Roll and written in 2019 by Ben Hayslip, Josh Thompson, and Jesse Frasure. Bonus: Lost & Found Radio, a monthly companion radio show hosted by singer-songwriter Lori McKenna, also debuted and can be found on the dedicated Lost & Found space alongside its playlists and singles.

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