2003 Songwriter's Market
F & W Publications, Incorporated, Aug 1, 2002 - Music - 518 pages
There's no better resource for songwriter's than the 2003 Songwriter's Market. Updated every single year, it provides all the information you need to make contact with the music industry movers-and-shakers that can make your career. Inside you'll find more than 1,200 listings for every kind of music, including rock, hip-hop, classical, and country-even toe-tapping gospel.
From record companies and music publishers to record producers and booking agents, 2003 Songwriter's Market tells you who to contact, where they are, what they're looking for, and what you can expect. Easy-to-reference symbols and indexes ensure that you find the right people for your music FAST, plus information on contests, awards, workshops, conferences, resources, and more.
Includes 400+ All New Listings!
And there's much, much more, including invaluable articles from a number of music industry veterans: Rusty Gordon examines the inner workings of Performing and Mechanical Rights Organizations, like ASCAP and BMI, then provides tips and advice for spotting song sharks and other shady characters. Songwriters Stephanie Bentley, Holly Lamar, Allan Rich, and manager Dan Kimpel discuss the challenges of collaborating. Scott Matthews of Hit or Myth Productions discusses the ins-and-outs of successful studio sessions.
You'll also find Insider Reports and interviews with songwriters Harriet Schock, Susan Gibson, and Nina Storey, and Brian Perera, CEO/President of Cleopatra Records. If you're serious about making your mark in the music industry, 2003 Songwriter's Market is the one reference you can't do without.
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