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Improving your Songwriting with Greg Holden

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Written by Greg Holden

I’m not always sure why people come to me for songwriting advice, especially if it’s to write for other artists, as half of the time I’m still trying to figure out if I even know how to do it myself. Songs are such a subjective art form. A “good” song can really only be called that by a …

Finding New Inspiration with The 10X

Written by Jeff Gingrich of The 10X

I think a lot of musicians have a story about a time when everything was going pretty well in a band or in a project and one specific event created a domino effect that ends up ruining whatever momentum that had been growing. Maybe the event derailed something that was going great. A lot of people have …

A Pep Talk with Talk Time

Written by Andrew Smith of Talk Time

We are a brand new band called Talk Time. Collectively, everything is coming from a fresh start, the musicians, the writing, our work flow, etc. But for the better part of each of our lives we have been making & playing music. We’ve toured arenas, made records with top-producers, had management deals, label deals, you name it. …

Getting To Know Carly Gibson

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Written by Carly Gibson
Did you have any great fan experiences seeing or meeting a band?

I’ve had the opportunity to meet many amazing musicians over the years. Lots of memorable and profound ones, but the one that felt the biggest to me was meeting Grace Potter just a couple years ago. I was able to go back …

Dan Sadin On Relationships and Male Vulnerability

Written by Dan Sadin

You know that feeling when a song you love is just burning inside of you? It’s the feeling I had when I first heard “I’m on Fire” by Bruce Springsteen. You can literally feel Springsteen going up in flames singing about this woman. And his feelings transfer to you, the listener – it’s magical. I wanted to have that raw emotion captured in a …