The Daily Muse – May 28th, 2020

Songs talk about “The Beat” all the time. There are so many references that I couldn’t fit them all here, but I’m sure you’ve heard a band or artist mention a beat at some point.

Finding The Beat – A Simple Guide For Beginning Songwriters


Woody’s old pal Pete Seeger said, “All songwriters are links in a chain.” And who did Pete learn to write songs from? Woody. Who so inspired and enervated a young Bob Dylan that he had to leave his Midwest home, change his name, and head east to start his life? Woody.

Woody Guthrie – Singing The Songs of the People


It’s true. You can make a professional song that can hang with Charlie Puth’s or Avicii’s on a Spotify playlist. And you don’t have to spend a single penny. That’s right, I said no money. Zippity. Nada. $0. Here’s how you can do it.

You Can Make A Professional Song With $0


Songwriting success is great. Random success isn’t, because it means a lack of consistency.

Songwriting – Knowing the Principles Helps You to Avoid Random Success


Nashville songwriter and mentor Mark Cawley shares some tactics for reviving those elusive creative juices when you’ve lost the flow

What to do when the muse goes missing

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