My friend Richard told me about a new songwriter site. It is called www.globalsongwriters.com. It is a new site that was started by Sheree Spoltore. Sheree was the Assistant Executive Director of membership at NSAI. (Nashville Songwriting Association International). Sheree is bringing a lot of experience in working and helping songwriters in the next step of their career. I checked out the site. A membership is only $50. That is not a bad price but then you pay for other services. We all know the saying, We get what we pay for. On my website you get free advice from a part time musician and songwriter who does alot of reading. If you really want to be a songwriter, it is a really good idea to join a songwriter organization. The most important part is feedback. Honest feedback. That is what the contestants on American Idol,( who cannot sing a lick) have not received. They say a true friend is the one that will tell you the truth. The only problem with songwriting is that our true friends may not know a thing about songwriting. They may be great at telling us how to improve our golf swing or how to catch fish by the moss on the pond. I am considering joining global songwriters. This might be your next step also.
Hi! My name is Jim. I am a songwriter from the state of Kansas. You can call me the Kansas Songwriter or Jim, either one will work. Browse around my website and check it out. Some songwriters play every time they get a chance. I would like to do that too, but I have a job that doesn't play well with others. This is the place to come to hear some of my songs and find out about the struggles of being the songwriter. I will share things that I have learned on my journey. Join my mailing list and I will send you free songs. Who says, "Nothing in life is free?" Thanks for stopping by.
“Songwriting quote- I have never written a good song in one try. I add a new line to the first verse and change it back. Tweak the second verse, change my mind and change it back. Get a professional evaluation, change the chorus, and change it back. Just kidding, kind of. ”
— Jim McCarter