Songland, a music competition series executive-produced by Adam Levine, will premiere on NBC May 28, right after the return of America’s Got Talent, Deadline reports.
The show gives one songwriter per episode the chance to have their song recorded by a big-name guest artist. Each songwriting hopeful will be mentored by three top music producers. Among those involved in the show: OneRepublic‘s Ryan Tedder, Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer Ester Dean, and Grammy-winning songwriter and producer Shane McAnally, who’s scored 38 #1 country hits.
The concept of the show came from Dave Stewart of ’80s hit-making duo Eurythmics, and one of the producers of The Voice, according to Deadline.
No word on whether Adam himself will appear on Songland.
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