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Season 3, Episode 17: LJ
RED Creative Group singer/songwriter LJ Music Official delivers her own brand of pop and R&B influenced Country. Upon moving to she's built a community of songwriters and producers that contribute to her smooth and soulful approach to music. Jeremy Stover, Paul Giovanni, Monty Criswell, Kelly Archer, Sarah Buxton, Jennifer Schott, and the Warren Brothers are all a part of her upcoming debut release. In a new episode of NSAI Coffee Break, she shares stories behind originals like, “Scarecrow,” “Preachin’ To The Choir,” and “Suit Yourself.” Her latest single, "Vegas," is out now. ☕️
Season 3, Episode 16: Blanco White
Blanco White started as the solo project of Londoner Josh Edwards in 2014. After studying guitar in Cádiz (Spain), and later the Andean instrument the charango in Sucre (Bolivia), Edwards’ aim was to begin bringing together elements of Andalusian and Latin American music alongside influences closer to home. In early 2016 Blanco White released 'The Wind Rose' via Yucatan Records, a self-produced debut EP. A second EP 'Colder Heavens' was later recorded in the Autumn, this time with producer Ian Grimble (Bear's Den, Matt Corby, Daughter). The third EP ‘Nocturne’ was then released in 2018. Blanco White embarks on a worldwide tour with plans for a debut album ’On the Other Side’ for release on April 3rd 2020. His latest release 'Papillon' is out now.
Season 3, Episode 15: Tolan Shaw
Tolan Shaw is an award-winning recording artist, a prolific songwriter, and an avid traveler. Based in Nashville but originally from southern California, Shaw is an acoustic troubadour with songs that are catchy and soulful, bluesy and melodic, poppy and sincere. In 2019, Shaw achieved his first major label songwriting credit with “Could I Love You Any More,” a duet by Filipino star Reneé Dominique and international superstar Jason Mraz, which quickly went to viral charts on Spotify and racked up millions of views on YouTube. Shaw has shared the stage with international acts such as Gavin DeGraw, Nate Ruess, Jason Mraz, and the BoDeans, toured nationally and internationally, and achieved success writing and licensing songs with various TV networks and music libraries. He continues to write prolifically, releasing monthly “Living Room Sessions” live videos of new songs, penning songs for other artists and for film/tv, and preparing for his new release: “Let’s Go,” a travel anthem encouraging us all to get out and explore and push beyond our comfort zones.
Season 3, Episode 14: Jonathan Singleton
Big Machine Music/ 50 Egg Music 's Jonathan Singleton joins us this Friday for a Coffee Break to share career stories, how he discovered Luke Combs, and more about his new publishing venture! ☕️
Jonathan's extensive catalog includes Tim McGraw’s “Diamond Rings and Ol’ Bar Stools,” Rascal Flatt's, “Yours If You Want It”, (a NSAI 2018 10 Songs I Wish I’d Written), Tyler Farr’s “A Guy Walks Into A Bar,” Josh Turner’s “Why Don’t We Just Dance,” Gary Allan’s “Watching Airplanes,” Luke Combs’ breakout debut “Hurricane,” “When It Rains It Pours,” and most recently “Beer Never Broke My Heart."
This is a gold mine!
Wide range of topics and guests. Covering everything related to the world of songwriters. Worth your time.
Such a great resource
This podcast is such a great resource for those of us struggling to learn the craft of songwriting.
Perfect for walks, runs, or when your just dedicating some time to better yourself.
Great job, Libby!
Always a good time for a coffee break
Love this podcast and love everything that NSAI does for songwriters. Great advice and nice listening to these people's experiences in the industry. I hope more episodes are coming soon.