SONGSALIVE! LOS ANGELES SONG CRITIQUE WORKSHOP
Sunday October 19, 2008
Song critique session first half, followed by Guest Speaker: CLAIR MARLO
TOPIC: GUERRILLA SONGWRITING - WHEN WRITER'S BLOCK ISN'T AN OPTION
Songsalive! holds workshops where songwriters gather to share their songs, gain feedback and develop relationships within the songwriting communities we have created around the world. The first half is solely dedicated to an in-the-round workshop where writers present one song each - either on tape, CD or live followed by a guest speaker/industry discussion in the second half and plenty of time to talk and network. Moderated by Paul Lawrence Moyer.
WHEN: Sunday October 19, 2008
TIME: Starts 12:00pm SHARP. Ends at 3pm. Please be on time.
WHERE: THE FINNISH CENTER
10701 Magnolia Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Just East of Vineland
COST: $5 for non-members, free to Songsalive! members. You can join Songsalive! to participate in the workshops atwww.songsalive.org/join
REGISTER: Pre-registrations helpful but not necessary. Register your attendance through our Meet up group at www.songsalive.org go CHAPTERS & EVENTS / Los Angeles or direct link: www.songsalive.org/losangeles You will be automatically registered by contacting us. Or just turn up, but get there early to be considered for song critique.
Directions or specific questions call 818-506-3850 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
FIRST HALF SONG CRITIQUE - RULES & WHAT TO BRING: 1 song either on tape, CD or live (bring own guitar or keyboard) and 20 copies of your typed lyric sheet with contact details clearly displayed. Read the RULES at www.songsalive.org/workshops
SPEAKER: CLAIR MARLO
Clair Marlo is a award winning songwriter, composer, record producer and recording artist. In one of those roles, Clair has been consistently playing on the radio, television and film for 20 years. Clair got her first song published by Leeds Levy at MCA Music when she was 16 years old and a college freshman studying at the Aaron Copeland School of Music. She produced her first record at 19 years old, and it got on the radio. That was before she got her degree from Berklee College of Music in Composion and Audio Engineering, and before she got named one of the Top Two Female Producers by Music Connection Magazine. When Clair Marlo first came to Los Angeles, her goal was to write 100 songs.