How to Pitch and Promote Your Songs

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Allworth Press, 2001 - Music - 190 pages
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Recording pioneers would hardly recognize the music industry today. While new acts rise and fall, technology such as CD burners and Internet file sharing programs ignite battles over copyrights and royalties. One aspect of music that has not changed, however, is the industry's insatiable appetite for new songs. Fred Koller, whose hundreds of recorded compositions include three number one hit songs, has fully revised and expanded his classic guide How to Pitch and Promote Your Songs.

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Fred Koller is a professional songwriter who lives and works in Nashville, Tennessee. He has given seminars at The Songwriter's Guild, Kerriville Folkfest, and for songwriting organizations in more than twenty-five states. He has nearly thirty years of experience in the music business and is the author of three number one hit songs and hundreds of others recorded by well-known pop and country musicians.

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