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10th Annual Nashville SongWriters Festival on Music Row

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10th Annual Nashville SongWriters Festival on Music Row

Time: June 1, 2012 to June 3, 2012
Location: Top of Music Row across from ASCAP & BMI
Street: 1407 Division St
City/Town: Nashville, TN
Website or Map: http://www.songwritersfestiva…
Phone: 615-424-1491
Event Type: festival, songwriter
Organized By: Cornelius "Popcorn" Robertson
Latest Activity: Mar 27, 2012

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The 10th Annual Nashville SongWriters Festival is several music happenings in one! Find your place in the mix.
It’s part live original music festival, part music conference, part networking opportunity and part gathering of old friends held June 1-3, 2012. The live performances, education and Open House are concurrently running events. Attendees can take in all or parts and “Play it by ear!” It’s 3 Days of Live Original Music from all genres on multiple stages, classes, Open House and gathering of friends held at the top of Music Row in Nashville, TN representing the past, present and future of songwriting.
Songwriters of all genres share their music on multiple stages and open sing rings. The fest is open to all forms of songwriting, from the novice to the professional. There are no pre qualifications to play or attend. Everyone is encouraged to come as they are. All attendees will have the opportunity to share their words or music and find their place in the mix.
While at the fest, writers can also attend the Speciality Music Rooms on over 18 Industry Topics, Q & A sessions and gather other personal tid bits, all about the craft and business of songwriting.
An Open House is held by participating recording studios, publishers, song pluggers and other music related businesses where writers can drop by without an appointment to ask questions, exchange samples or discuss what part they play in the business of Music. Register your music related music business for the Open House or if you’re a festival attendee, stop by and check out some of the industry.
For registered and non performing writers there will be a “Writer’s Area” provided by the Fest near the Info Booth. At the display table attendees can deposit their CD’S and the fest staff will take inquiries or make sales for participants. Also drop off a copy of your songs in the Fest Drop Box where your materials can be checked out by the fest or forwarded to others.
Performing and Non performing songwriters, music related business, volunteers and the public wishing to participate in the June 1-3, 2012 activities can visit or call 615-424-1491.

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Comment by Cornelius "Popcorn" Robertson on February 12, 2012 at 5:59pm

Come Play! Music people and volunteers that represent the past, present and future of songwriting. All walks of the industry, representing all genres are gathering this June 1-3, 2012 for our 10th family reunion. Here's a short YouTube...  More videos here...

Comment by Tommy Turner on March 13, 2012 at 9:01pm

Comment by Tommy Turner on March 13, 2012 at 9:04pm

Richard Fagan & Tommy Turner Christmas 2011 NSAI Party


Great t know Rich

Comment by Cornelius "Popcorn" Robertson on March 15, 2012 at 6:28am

Tommy, check your email. Sent info form. See ya soon.

Comment by Cornelius "Popcorn" Robertson on March 26, 2012 at 8:21pm
12 SongWriter Tips and Secrets to Making Love Songs
Rendezvous with us at the 10th Nashville SongWriters Fest on Music Row in the month of love, this June 1-3, 2012! Hear romantic songs by the writers who felt them from the past, present and future. All genres are invited to come swoon others on many different stages across from BMI and ASCAP at the top of Music Row.
1. Find love at the fest! "Oh listen!?! They're playing our song..." Bring your original heart felt music and chirp like a bird on stage or off.
2. Declare you love on air, video or web cast for all the world to hear as you bare your soul.
3. Fool around the clock anytime!  Whip it out and start jamming. Find or bring that special some one and start a sing ring. Carouse around the Co Writers Corner or profess your love all night at the After Hours Sing Ring.
4. The key to finding love is meeting many like minded others who have a tune to share. Come as you are and become intertwined. Network with partners who dedicated their musical lives to each other.
5. Flirt with others who have written love songs and get their telephone numbers and contact info. Hook up and finally meet in person your Facebook sweeties in the real music world.
6. Give them the eye at the Music Specialty Instruction areas. Make others in the biz fall madly in love with your music. Ask intimate questions about what ya want, when ya want in areas covering Career Critiques, Products Critiques, Recording, Publishing, Plugging, Legal, Records, Duplication, Distribution, Radio, Video, Broadcasting, Management, Promotions and Productions... No more listening an hour to boring classes just to get 5 minutes of what you really wanted to know!
7. Sneak off and browse the Music Business Open House and Booths with your significant other.
8. Express your love for all to see and display your CD's at the Writers Table.
9. Live together at the Publisher Drop Box.
10. Become a love slave and volunteer to help with the festivities.
11. Tie the knot as others have at past festivals on Sunday June 3rd 6 PM, as we will perform your songwriter marriage. Minister, reception and entertainment provided. Reserve your ceremony today!
12. Start your own little love nest now and live together at our website online Freedom Forum or post your adult classifieds.
Listen to your heart and take the plunge by registering today to come to Music City and make musical love. Visit , email or call 615-424-1491 for your perfect match.
Can't make it to June? Do us this Autumn and come to our Fall in Love Fest! October 5-7, 2012 at the Independent Music Fest Nashville.
Disclaimer: If you wake up with a tattoo of someone's name on your body or if your co writer becomes a stalker the fest is not responsible.
Comment by Tommy Turner on March 26, 2012 at 8:56pm

Sounds great but even better this year


Comment by Cornelius "Popcorn" Robertson on March 27, 2012 at 8:41am

It's all a state of mind. Yes better in some ways. :)

I hate having to become more business like. Music is a business but it takes away from the natural reasons of music.

Why we all started in the first place? Remember songs when ya were a kid and how they took you away and made you feel? 

Hard to recapture that feel as you do battle out there on the Row and internationally in Music Land.


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