Based in the heart of Music City, Nashville, Tennessee, Shake ‘Em Up Music is an independently-owned and operated music publishing company established in 1999 by Shar’n Clark. Shar'n is renowned in the music industry as a dedicated professional with the experience to exploit a full spectrum of music business objectives.


With over 25 years in the music industry Shar’n brings an independent style to the community at-large. What comes to mind when you consider Los Angeles?... the 'Hollywood and the movie/film industry'. New York?…the 'Theater'. Nashville?…it’s the 'Songwriters'. The common conduit is music!

Shake ‘Em Up Music is market-driven with a proactive and creative approach to promote its songwriters, artists and music catalog. Shar'n possesses a constructive knowledge of represented catalogs, combined with an inspiring knowledge of the music and history of consistent song placements. Clients can expect a high level of dedicated service with immediate and long term solutions.

Seeking songs for your next project? You'll experience both convenience and accessibility with 'one-stop' at Shake 'Em Up Music. Take a ticket, enter and look around at your leisure.

We support writers, performers
and producers
Professional Services
Song catalog exposure
Song placements
Project production clearances
Copyright assistance
Royalty collections
plus much more!
Relationships with music supervisors, editors and directors have successfully positioned songs within the film/television and advertisement community to exploit the voices of our writers and artists.
Diagnosis Murder
CMT Cowboy U: Colorado
Don’t Forget The Lyrics
News networks
“Good Morning America”
Fox Sports, Fox & Friends
 'Daytime TV'
CBS News
A full genre of music recordings from artists & songwriters
Artist Portfolio
Blake Shelton
John Michael Montgomery
Sara Evans
Rockie Lynne
Oak Ridge Boys
Reba McEntire
Chris LeDoux
and many others!


Shake 'Em Up Music does not accept nor review any unsolicited songs (music, lyrics or a combination).

We recommend that you work with a professional organization such as BMI, ASCAP, SESAC or the NSAI for information about publishing and general industry standards.