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The Songwriter's Survival Guide Paperback – June 10, 2015
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About the Author
Judy believes in the new age of music. You, as a songwriter and artist, can carve out your own path to success. Your perspective is something to be celebrated. With over 30 years of experience as an executive in the music industry, Judy equips her students with the insight and tools to fully develop their careers. As Senior VP of Creative at Warner Chappell Music for 20 years, she signed and worked closely with many of today's most acclaimed artists: Grammy-award winner Sheryl Crow, Katy Perry, Michelle Branch, Gavin DeGraw, Jewel and Joy Williams of The Civil Wars, among others. Judy's experience with developing producers and multi-platinum songwriters (John Shanks, Wayne Kirkpatrick, Scott Cutler, Anne Previn, Kevin Kadish, Franne Golde, Jamie Houston, Matthew Gerrard, Robie Nevil, Tim James and Ben Glover) helms across all areas of the industry. She is a true champion of the songwriter who recognizes talent with both ears and eyes.
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This is a much shorter book than I had anticipated (Kindle) but it was extremely effective with every word.
It's not a step by step process of "what" to do, although it has that. It's more of a book that helps you refine your "why". Get that super honest and honed and the "what" will take care of itself.
I also really appreciated the "must read" references to other books as you navigate the song writing journey mind, body and spirit.