Recent Feature Articles
Interview with songwriter/producer/artist Nate Mercereau, who co-wrote the hit “If I Can’t Have You” for Shawn Mendes.
Pop/rock singer/songwriter Tommy Roe discusses his 50-year career, and how he wrote his classic hit songs.
Interview with renowned singer/songwriter Karla Bonoff, who has written classic songs for Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt and other artists.
Interview with singer/songwriter Emily Weisband, who has co-written hits for BTS, Camila Cabello and Hillary Scott.
Top country songwriter Jonathan Singleton tells how he co-wrote hits for Luke Combs, Rascal Flatts, Tim McGraw and other artists.
RuthAnne tells how she co-wrote hits for Niall Horan (“Slow Hands”) and JoJo (“Too Little Too Late”). She’s also a solo artist.
Songwriter & producer David Hodges tells how he co-wrote hits for Kelly Clarkson, Kelsea Ballerini, Evanescence, and Avril Lavigne.
Interview with Mitchell Tenpenny, about how he wrote his hits “Drunk Me” and “Alcohol You Later,” and his album, Telling All My Secrets.
Yusuf/Cat Stevens tells how he wrote his classic songs “Peace Train,” “Wild World,” “Oh Very Young,” “Father and Son” and others.
Dallas Austin tells how he co-wrote big hits for Pink, TLC, Madonna, Boyz II Men, Monica, Gwen Stefani, Blu Cantrell and other artists.
Jonathan Russell, lead singer & songwriter of the band The Head and the Heart, discusses their new album and hit, “Missed Connection.”
Interview with Victoria Monet, who co-wrote two number one hits for Ariana Grande. She’s also developing her artist career.
Hit songwriter & producer Cook Classics tells how he co-wrote the hit songs “High Hopes” and “Sweet but Psycho”.
Interview with Billy Ocean, about how he wrote his hit songs “Caribbean Queen,” “Loverboy” and “When The Going Gets Tough.”
Grammy-winning artist Paula Cole tells how she wrote her hits, “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone” and “I Don’t Want to Wait.”
Interview with Bryce Vine, about how he wrote his hit “Drew Barrymore,” his new single “La La Land,” and his upcoming album.
Interview with the group SHAED, which features lead singer Chelsea Lee and brothers Spencer Ernst & Max Ernst.
Interview with Jay Sean, about his new single and label deal. He also tells how he wrote his hits “Down” and “Do You Remember.”