In SongwriterUniverse Magazine
Jack Tempchin tells how he wrote the Eagles hits “Peaceful Easy Feeling” and “Already Gone,” and how he co-wrote several hits for Glenn Frey’s solo albums. Tempchin will be releasing a new album this August.
Carla Wallace talks about the success of Big Yellow Dog Music, which has signed music publishing deals with Meghan Trainor, Maren Morris and other hit songwriters.
Interview with Asia Whiteacre, who co-wrote Hailee Steinfeld’s hit “Starving,” and her new single, “Most Girls.” She’s also co-written with Hey Violet and Rachel Platten.
Interview with Chris Janson, about his rising new single “Fix A Drink,” his hit “Buy Me a Boat,” and the hit songs he’s written for Tim McGraw and LoCash.
James Pankow of Chicago, tells how he wrote such classic hits as “Make Me Smile,” “Feelin’ Stronger Every Day,” “Just You ‘n’ Me,” “Colour My World” and “Old Days.”
Chris Stein of Blondie discusses the group’s new album Pollinator. He also tells how he co-wrote with Debbie Harry their classic hits, “Heart of Glass” and “Rapture.”
Interview with Bibi Bourelly, who’s recording her debut album. She also co-wrote Rihanna’s hit “Bitch Better Have My Money,” and she’s co-written songs for other artists.
Narada Michael Walden tells how he co-wrote such classic hits as “Freeway of Love” for Aretha Franklin and “How Will I Know” for Whitney Houston.
Interview with Aimee Mayo, about how she co-wrote hits for Kenny Chesney and Blake Shelton. She’s also known for co-writing the big hit, “Amazed,” for Lonestar.