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The Voice's Adam Levine and Audrey Morrissey to produce songwriting competition show for NBC

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The Voice’s Adam Levine is bringing his music expertise to yet another TV show.

The Maroon 5 frontman and The Voice executive producer Audrey Morrisey are joining songwriter Dave Stewart for an NBC pilot called Songland, EW has confirmed.

The show will focus on the concept of songwriters as the real kings of the music industry, giving the average American the chance to pitch their compositions to the music industry’s top artists and producers in hopes of producing the next worldwide hit.

While artists only make money on the songs they record, songwriters can generate millions over the course of a lifetime—and Songland will give aspiring composers that opportunity.

Songland is produced by Live Animals with Dave Stewart Entertainment and 222 Productions. Levine, Morrissey, Stewart, Ivan Dudynsky and Jordan Feldstein serve as executive producers on the project.

The show does not have a release date at this time.