Wrong. It’s not easy to write a song that sells. And it’s even harder to write a song that moves people. Here’s a question for you… How much time do you spend writing? A couple of hours a week? A couple of minutes per day? Every other day? One of the biggest secrets to writing a good song is time.
Time spent writing songs: bad songs, mediocre songs, silly songs, sad songs, abysmal songs. ALL THE SONGS.
But how do you know your songs are any good?
- How do you know when you are ready to submit your EP to managers or publishers?
- Should you record the demo yourself? Or have someone else do it?
- If you are a singer, do you even need to write your own songs?
- Nobody ever got rich from a publishing deal…right??? (*very wrong*)
Without the proper connections, it’s very unlikely your song will ever be heard by someone in the industry. That’s why you MUST attend this Singer/Songwriter Intensive.
You’ll get the inside scoop on how to get a publishing deal, how to write songs for TV/Film, how to make money as a ghostwriter, and how to use your catalog to help you get a record deal.
Successful artists are the TOTAL PACKAGE. They can sing, write, and market themselves. If you put the time in, YOU CAN BE SUCCESSFUL TOO!