In SongwriterUniverse Magazine
Interview with Brett Warren of The Warren Brothers songwriting duo. They’ve co-written the hits “Sober Saturday Night” by Chris Young featuring Vince Gill, “Lights Come On” by Jason Aldean, plus many other hits.
Colin Hay talks about his new solo album, his new documentary film, and how he wrote his classic Men At Work hit songs “Down Under” and “Who Can It Be Now?”
Interview with Alex Da Kid, who has co-written and produced big hits with pop, hip-hop and rock artists. He also runs his label, KIDinaKORNER Records.
Ian Axel & Chad King talk about their songwriting, including how they wrote their big hit, “Say Something.” They also discuss their new tour and next album.
Interview with The Futuristics (Joe Khajadourian & Alex Schwartz) about their big hit “Bad Things.” They’ve also had hits with Flo Rida and other artists.
Dennis DeYoung, renowned co-founder of multi-platinum rock band Styx, discusses his great career, and tells how he wrote seven of the group’s classic hit songs.
Breyan Isaac tells how he co-wrote such hit songs as ‘One Call Away” for Charlie Puth, “Timber” for Pitbull & Kesha, and “Whistle” and “Good Feeling” for Flo Rida.
Interview with Tony Martin, who has been a hit writer in Nashville for two decades. He’s co-written hits for Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, Keith Urban and Dierks Bentley.
Ian Hunter tells how he wrote such classic songs as “All The Way From Memphis,” “Once Bitten, Twice Shy,” “Cleveland Rocks” and “Ships.”