Songsalive! Orange County Monthly Songwriting Workshop & Critique

ORANGE COUNTY SONGSALIVE! SONGWRITERS MARCH WORKSHOP

Songsalive!, the largest international non-profit organization supporting, promoting and educating songwriters and composers worldwide since 1997 brings you another songwriting workshop. Learn how to get what you're owed from the music biz! This month we welcome special Guest Speaker Moses Avalon.


Are you a songwriter willing to take your songs to the next level? Workshop your songs to be the best they can be, and get them out to the world. The Songsalive! Workshops are open to all songwriters, composers, musicians, singers and music lovers and we've been doing this for 15 years!!!!

This is your chance to develop your songwriting in a supportive and intimate environment, meet invaluable music industry experts, network with fellow members, and be part of your local songwriters community. The first half is solely dedicated to an in-the-round critique workshop where writers present one song each - either on CD or live - with feedback and critique given by a guest speaker or the Songsalive! moderator (who in-turn allows some comments from attendees also). The second half is dedicated to a Music Industry educational and informative discussion/talk, often with an industry guest speaker, and plenty of time to talk and network.

WHEN: Normally LAST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH, but this month that's Easter, so...

NEXT: Sunday, March 24, 2013

TIME: Starts 7:00 pm SHARP.Ends at 9:30 pm. Please be on time. Late arrivals are not supported. You need to come for the whole event!

WHERE: SPIRES RESTAURANT

13030 Goldenwest Ave.

Westminster, CA

Next to the 22 (Garden Grove) Freeway.

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COST: Free for Songsalive! Pro Members. Non-members pay a donation of $10 to our non-profit efforts. Did you know that our team are volunteers? Lots of sweat and love in this production!

Make sure your membership is current, or join at http://www.songsalive.org/join.htm

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RSVPis ESSENTIAL to PARTICIPATE.

You MUST RSVP in order to be considered for a song critique by 9pm Saturday before the workshop. http://www.songsalive.org/events.htm or http://www.meetup.com/songsalive (Please note that being a member of Meetup.com does not constitute being a Pro Member of Songsalive! )

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TOPIC FOR THE SECOND HALF: "Will Music Streaming Kill The Music Business For Good?"

Moses Avalon is one of the top music business experts in the country. Having spent over 30 years in the business, he has seen the ups and downs and has focused his efforts on helping artists protect their rights. His artist rights advocacy endeavors have helped thousands of artists directly in addition to the 14,000+ who subscribe to his monthly newsletter where he profiles the numerous opportunities and pitfalls in the industry. As an author, his top selling music industry references, Million Dollar Mistakes and Confessions of a Record Producer continue to be required reading in over 50 music business courses around the world including the music business programs at such prestigious colleges and universities as UCLA, Loyola, and NYU. His latest book 100 Answers to 50 Questions on the Music Business is a tell-all guide to help recording artists at each stage of their music career. In addition, he is also a court-recognized music business expert in New York, California, Florida and Puerto Rico, has acted in an advisory capacity to multiple State Attorney General Offices and the Senate Judiciary Committee in Sacramento regarding the music industry, and has appeared on numerous television news shows (Court TVMSNBCCNN Money Line, & Bill O’Reilly 1 2) seeking the inside info on the music business. His website, www.MosesAvalon.com, contains a wealth of information, resources, and tools for artists. His blog, Moses Supposes, which deals with controversial issues in the music industry, reaches over 13,000 direct subscribers and approximately 100,000 readers though syndication.

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  • Rodney S.

    Our planned guest speaker for this month, Moses Avalon, was unable to join us, so instead we concentrated on reviewing each other's songs. Which actually turned out to be a good thing, because we had tons of songs to review! This was one of our biggest workshops in recent memory, and lots of people brought cool songs to present.

    March 26, 2013

  • Doug H.

    good meeting, well attended.

    March 24, 2013

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