Recent Feature Articles
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.
John Ehmann (pict. left) talks about discovering & signing Lana Del Rey, Aloe Blacc, and working with Carly Rae Jepsen and other artists at Interscope Records.
Dallas Davidson talks about his great career, writing hits for Luke Bryan, Lady Antebellum, Blake Shelton & others. He also offers tips for new songwriters.
Interview with pop/R&B star Aloe Blacc about how his two big hits: “Wake Me Up” (with Avicii) and “The Man,” He also discusses his songwriting process.
Rhett Akins has become one of the top Nashville songwriters, co-writing hits for Jason Aldean, Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, and his son, Thomas Rhett.
Interview with Jesse Shatkin, about how he co-wrote & produced the Grammy-nominated hit “Chandelier” with Sia. He also works with Kelly Clarkson & others.
Writer/producer Kevin Kadish tells how he wrote “All About That Bass” with Meghan Trainor, plus her new single “Lips Are Movin.”
Legendary disco/pop artist KC (Harry Wayne Casey) discusses his group’s new album, and how he wrote classic hits like “Get Down Tonight.”
Top exec David Israelite explains why streaming companies Spotify and Pandora are underpaying songwriters, and what can be done.
Mary Lambert discusses her new album, her single “Secrets,” and how she co-wrote the hit “Same Love” with Macklemore & Lewis.
Rising group MAGIC! talk about their rise to success with their worldwide hit “Rude,” and their success writing songs for other top artists.
Jesse Kongos discusses how the band (consisting of 4 brothers) got started, signed with Epic Records, and had a hit with “Come With Me Now.”