In SongwriterUniverse Magazine
Pop songwriter Tom Snow talks about his great career, co-writing classic hits for Deniece Williams, Linda Ronstadt & Aaron Neville, the Pointer Sisters, Amy Grant, Bonnie Raitt, Olivia Newton-John and other artists.
Interview with top writer/producer RedOne, who discusses his debut single. He also tells how he co-wrote smash hits for Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez.
Interview with Nate Cyphert; he tells how he co-wrote the song “H.O.L.Y.” which has become one of the biggest country hits of the year.
New interview with Hank Williams, Jr., about how he wrote some of his classic hit songs, including “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight.”
Interview with Emily Warren, who co-wrote the big hit “Don’t Let Me Down” for The Chainsmokers (featuring Daya). She’s also had cuts with other top artists.
Interview with Mick Ralphs; he recalls how he wrote such classic hit songs as “Can’t Get Enough,” “Feel Like Makin’ Love” and “Movin’ On.”
Interview with Ruth B, whose debut single “Lost Boy” has become a breakthrough hit. She tells how she wrote “Lost Boy,” and discusses her songwriting.
Interview with Charlotte Caffey of The Go-Go’s (pict. far right), about how she wrote or co-wrote such classic hits as “We Got The Beat,” “Vacation” and “Head Over Heels.”
Ronald “Khalis” Bell of Kool & The Gang tells how he co-wrote their hits “Celebration,” “Cherish,” “Fresh,” “Get Down On It,” “Joanna” and “Hollywood Swinging.”