In SongwriterUniverse Magazine
New interview with David Israelite of the National Music Publishers Association, about the Department of Justice’s ruling on the consent decrees, the upcoming Copyright Royalty Board hearings, and the Songwriter Equity Act.
Daryl Simmons talks about his partnership with Babyface & L.A. Reid, co-writing such hits as “End of the Road,” “Don’t Be Cruel” and “Another Sad Love Song.”
Interview with hit writing/producing trio TMS. In addition to their worldwide hit “Me Myself & I,” they’ve had hits with Jess Glynne, Little Mix, Emeli Sande and Sigma.
Interview with Jimmy Robbins, about how he co-wrote the current hit “Lights Come On” for Jason Aldean, plus hits for Blake Shelton, Thomas Rhett and Jake Owen.
Interview with rising pop songwriter Scott Harris, who co-wrote two hit songs which are in the Top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Holly Knight talks about her great career, co-writing such classic hit songs as “Love Is A Battlefield.” “The Best,” “Better Be Good To Me”, “Invincible” and “The Warrior.”
Dean Pitchford tells how he co-wrote such classic hits as “Footloose,” “Fame,” “Let’s Hear It For The Boy,” “All The Man That I Need” and “Almost Paradise.”
Interview with Lori McKenna about her new album, and how she wrote the hits “Humble And Kind” for Tim McGraw and “Girl Crush” for Little Big Town.
Pop songwriter Tom Snow tells how he co-wrote classic hits for Deniece Williams, Linda Ronstadt, the Pointer Sisters, Bonnie Raitt, Amy Grant and other artists.