In SongwriterUniverse Magazine
Hit Nashville songwriter Jim Beavers tells how he got started, and how he co-wrote many hit songs for top country artists.
Ricky Reed tells how he co-wrote & produced hits for Jason Derulo and Pitbull, and leads his own group, Wallpaper, which is signed to Epic Records.
Thomas Scherer, a top creative exec for BMG Chrysalis (pictured left), explains how BMG has become one of the world’s largest music publishing companies.
Steve Garrigan, lead singer for Kodaline, talks about the band’s rise to success, their new album and their songwriting.
Craig Wiseman talks about his company Big Loud Shirt, which publishes many country hits and represents Florida Georgia Line.
Bebe Rexha discusses her EP and upcoming debut album on Warner Bros., and how she co-wrote the smash hit “The Monster” for Eminem & Rihanna.
Rising singer/songwriter Greg Holden talks about his new album “Chase The Sun,” and how he co-wrote the big hit “Home” for Phillip Phillips.
Top Nashville songwriter Natalie Hemby tells how she got started, and became a hit collaborator and Grammy-nominated songwriter.
Young A&R exec John Ehmann talks about discovering & signing Lana Del Rey, Aloe Blacc, and working with Carly Rae Jepsen and other artists at Interscope Records.