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What's it like to be a singer-songwriter? What's it like to create music and hear other people sing your tunes? How's it as a lifestyle? You'll hear the answers to these questions and more as Executive Coach Michele Woodward talks with singer-songwriter Tom Nichols on the WiseWork radio show.
How to write a song. It's important to write lyrics that are true to you, but that also connect with the listener. Music is universal because we all have similar experiences, but not all of us know how to express those feelings. That's why songwriters are so important. They trigger emotions through words and melodies. Ever wanted to write a song? Well, I'll give you some tips that I use when I write. Even, if you wanted to write a poem to someone, but did'nt know how. I'll share my expertise and
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On this episode, I will be chatting with Jen Foster about her experience writing with Randy Bachman from Bachman-Turner Overdrive and The Guess Who. Like our bumper song, “Seize The Moment”? That's the product of their collaboration!
Have you ever wondered where the inspiration to write a song comes from? Have you ever thought to yourself “I can do that!” but weren't sure how or where to start? If you’ve ever tried songwriting you know how difficult it can be to make sure that everything fits together like a puzzle. Jen will share how and where her inspiration comes from and what has made her music career so successful when others fail.
Jay King is an expert in the business of music who has worked in many capacities from management to actual performing artist. tune in every Monday & Wednesday as he navigates you thru the unpredictable business we call music. www.thejaykingnetwork.com or listen by phone 347-205-9366 7-9pm pst
Marsh Carroll is a comedy and parody songwriter from Canada. He also holds a PhD in Chemistry, for which he was a Nobel Prize nominee. More of Marsh Carroll's work is available on his YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/marsht9 Or read more about his work at his website: http://www.marshcarroll.com/
Title: Working with an Angel: Heaven Leigh and guest Poet/Songwriter/Author MJ's Sunshine, reveal how their collaboration with spirit led to a surprisingly miraculous song.
Join host Darren BuCare as he shares his unique spiritual insights and how to apply them in a very real way to your daily life.
Darren is a reader at Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo in the magickal city of New Orleans.
This week Darren will be discussing Seances.
Should we be doing them? Can they be a valuable spiritual tool?
The phone lines will be open so call in for a reading : 760-542-4345
And remember that Producer Daniel Michael (Darrens co host) is a musician and is in a songwriting contest.
If you go to this link Listen and share it on social media,feel free to leave a comment as well: http://songwriter.revimage.com/channels/Daniel+Michael+
Sangie Davis, real name Anthony Horace Davis, is a reggae songwriter and producer whose masterpieces include Bob Marley's "Wake Up and Live" and Sophia George's "Girlie Girlie." His involvement with Marley apparently also led to a handful of original songs that were never recorded as well as an A&R position for Davis at the Tuff Gong label. The aforementioned Marley song title came from an advertising sign on a building in Jamaica. "Girlie Girlie," an enormous hit for George, was extracted fresh from one of his own mother's critical comments. Apparently after seeing him hanging around with a pack of schoolgirls, Mrs. Davis asked "How you so girlie girlie?" Davis claims to have finished his song a brisk ten minutes later. In addition to songwriting and production, this artist has contributed both guitar stroking and background vocal touches to various reggae sides since the early '80s. Hopeton Smythe Born in Hanover, Jamaica, and while enjoying a happy childhood the true roots of Rastafarianism and reggae music were instilled in him. Hopeton loves to sing and always wanted to be apart of a band, In 1996 he started a band and over the years was forced to change members, and the band name, finally in 2012 they became "TONAHOPE" with members Gustavo"Guss"Velez(keys), Elazar Benjamin(bass), Travis Townsend(drums), John"Bodi"Black(Guitar), Frank"Cisco"Martines(Percussions) and last but not least Ms. Kariymah Jones(vocals)...Despite enduring life’s hardships, Ton-A-Hope, through perseverance writes songs and melodies developing there own music and style. In 2012 They released their first album with tracks like “JAH Never Leave Us”,"Going True" and "Where is the love" to name a few songs from the 10 track debut album.
The Black Saints:
Formed in early 2009, The Black Saints have been preaching the glorious intensity and frenetic power of the most classic elements of rock n' roll and punk in their own delicious and wicked voice. They unabashedly revel in the sound of guitar-drenched rock revival that defines a new generation of independent music listener hungry for something other than the spoon fed mass-media examples of what passes for modern rock music. The band skillfully sets itself apart with killer guitar melodies, sleazy grooves, a tight musicianship and intense passion mixed with wild unpredictability. This isn't a band built out of cut & paste songwriting and phony auto-tuned vocal melodies. The Black Saints are true artists & musicians who mean what they play and leave it all on the stage for the crowd to revel in.
Bringing back the big hair and and big songs Chaotic Resemblance is a modern day Glam Metal band! We will play anywhere from a Bar to a Church. We have never shoved God down anyone’s throat, we just offer hope to a hurting world in the form of face melting Rock 'n Roll and let the chips fall where they may.&
Michelle Bradshaw, a Native New Yorker born and raised in the Bronx by her mother and stepfather. Middle child of three girls, who often felt unheard, so she began writing Poetry at age 13 as a result of her experiences. By the age of 19 her poems took on a lyrical form and she found another outlet in songwriting. She’s always felt awkward in crowds and uncomfortable in her own skin, causing her to become a loner. She spent many years keeping people at a distance, and slowly drifting into seclusion that would soon lead to depression. She’s had her share of emotional battles and now she has emerged on the other side. She has a voice and so much to share about her life's experiences. She wrote Who I Am for self-healing. It is a reflection of her experiences. She was ready to share her most intimate feelings; to connect with anyone who could relate to them. She has words to relate to the young girl raised without her dad, the teenager trying to find her way and anyone who has loved, hurt or been through emotional trauma. Tune in October 26th 6 pm EST. with Host Diandra as she talks with Author Michelle Bradshaw about her book Who I Am, and healing from emotional pain.
NWP welcomes lead guitarist to Sir Paul McCartney, Rusty Anderson!
I talk with Rusty just days before he heads to Japan with Paul McCartney on their world tour.
In 2001, Anderson, got a call from producers Mo Jackson and David Kahne to play and sing on Sir Paul McCartney's record Driving Rain; this became the birth of the Paul McCartney Band.
After finishing the record and performing at The Concert for New York City, the band went on the road for a critically acclaimed tour, playing well over 100 shows in the US, Japan, Mexico and Europe, including those at the Roman Colosseum, Live 8 UK and Red Square in Moscow. Following the success of this tour four DVDs were released, all featuring Anderson on guitar: Back in the U.S., Back in the World, Paul McCartney in Red Square and The Space Within US. In addition to the studio album Driving Rain, Anderson would go on to play guitar on McCartney's Chaos and Creation in the Backyard and, in addition to guitar work, would also contribute vocals to the 2007 release, Memory Almost Full. He also took part in Good Evening New York City and Good Evening Europe.
In addition to playing live shows to promote his own record, Rusty Anderson continued to play guitar with a host of other artists, including Gwen Stefani, Steven Tyler, Richie Sambora, Regina Spektor, Dido, Cat Stevens, Miley Cyrus, Eros Ramazzotti, Nelly Furtado, Meat Loaf, Robi Draco Rosa and Lisa Marie Presley. In addition to Anderson's solo songwriting career, he has written with and produced acts such as Chris Shaffer of The Why Store, Jordan Lawhead and Emma Burgess, resulting in song uses in TV shows Cold Case, Men In Trees, Kyle XY and Wildfire.
Pilot for my music show that was suppose to premiere on my other channel but due to tech problems its going to play here. After this premiere this show will be on my Furankisan show on Blog Talk Radio.
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