Kirsti Manna, Songwriter Girl Podcast, Billboard #1 songwriter

Kirsti Mann will talk to us on Wed, July 22, at Italian Kitchen. We will order food and drinks around 6:30 pm, and she will start talking around 7 pm.

Kirsti Manna will discuss how she used Blog Talk Radio to produce a podcast with nothing more than a cell phone and a computer. Her podcast show, Songwriter Girl Radio Show, explores the creative muse and the craft of songwriting: http://www.blogtalkra...

If you have been on the fence about podcasting and want to know how to enter podcasting with little technical background, then Blog Talk Radio, a free program, might be the answer. More about Kirsti:
Kirsti Manna's 5 week Billboard #1 smash hit, "Austin," introduced Blake Shelton to country radio. She is a Nashville-based songwriter/ publisher/ producer and an actress with numerous credits that include creating and starring in her own national children's TV show, "Kirsti's Manor," viewed by 34 million homes. She's also the co-writer/ co-publisher for Big & Richs rockin' hit, "Loud" (WB/Nashville). Artists such as Gretchen Wilson (Sony/Nashville), Colt Prather (Sony/Nashville), Cowboy Crush (Curb/Nashville) and many others have recorded Kirsti's songs. She is also the founder of Songwriter Girl, a place for women of all ages to share the art of songwriting as a virtual community and also at Songwriter Girl Camps held throughout the year.

Kirsti's songs have been heard around the world in such places as CMT, ESPN, "The Tonight Show", "The David Letterman Show", "Friday Night Lights", and "Dance Wars."

To learn more about Kirsti, explore these web sites:

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  • Michael T.

    Great turnout! Kirsti gave us all great information, and she talked to us for almost 2 hours. I would highly recommend Kirsti as a knowledgable and motivating speaker.

    July 23, 2009

  • J R.

    Kirsti offered useful insights about using Blog Talk Radio.

    July 23, 2009

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