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Jacob Moon is a friend of the podcast and a veteran indie singer-songwriter who has been doing it full-time for over 25 years. His live show is a combination of his stirring originals and a smorgasbord of inventive covers, delivered in his signature one-man-band style. His latest recording is called ‘Under a Setting Sun’ and ……
 
Colm Gavin is a Dublin based Irish singer/songwriter currently signed to BEO Records home to The First Lady of Celtic Music Moya Brennan. Colm’s first two solo releases (Your Endless Slumber/A Voice For The Urban Darlings) both reached reached number 1 in the Irish Charts at the time of their release. Singles from his debut ……
 
Neel explains his journey in writing his response to our 2022 Song Talk Radio Songwriting Challenge: a song with the title “Why Do You Cry”. Lyrics for Why Do You Cry – sketch 2 Lyrics for Why Do You Cry – sketch 6
 
Open and empty. That’s how singer-songwriter Darden Smith describes the Texas landscape that inspired his creative new multi-media project, ‘Western Skies,’ available now. Comprising a new studio record, a book of photography, lyrics, and essays, and an accompanying album of readings set to music, Smith’s ‘Western Skies’ is an immersive journey. It…
 
For the past 25+ years, Eric Alper has been at the forefront of the Canadian entertainment industry – making the Public in Public Relations his business. His enthusiasm, encyclopedic knowledge of the past and present have made him the go-to for music in Canada. He is also host of one of the top-rated SiriusXM shows “ThatEricAlper”. ……
 
This week we took a dive into the 1978 mockumentary – The Rutles: All You Need Is Cash – a satire of Beatlemania and the Fab Four. Aside from being one of the first mock-docs, it is also a very funny film featuring some Monty Python alumnae, a few famous faces from early SNL and …
 
The two-time Maple Blues Award songwriting recipient and two-time Edmonton Music Award recipient is an internationally recognized musician known for her soaring vocals, socially conscious lyrics, and outstanding musicianship. With a vintage sound reminiscent of the Roots/Blues style of Stax Records and Muscle Shoals recordings, singles from the alb…
 
Bad Parade is a music publicity firm focused on bringing musical talent to every corner of Canada. Created by Canadian publicist, Kari Zalik, Bad Parade works to secure key media coverage for Canadian and international artists, working with broadcast (television, radio and podcasts), print, and digital outlets for maximum exposure. Kari’s artists h…
 
Mike Fuller’s rock and roll roots run deep. The son of a church organist and a cover band singer/rock and roll enthusiast, it seemed only natural Fuller would follow the musical path laid by his parents and find himself writing a collection of uptempo, foot-stomping tunes. Mike spent much of the pandemic like many of ……
 
Vancouver-based Sara Tolle stops by to talk about her new adventures in singing/songwriting. We also talked about the latest songwriting challenge on the title “Why Do You Cry” Sarah Tolle is a singer-songwriter based in Vancouver, BC, whose warm, energetic music is an exploration in radiant self-expression and a loving invitation to sing and dance…
 
On this episode, we talked about our favourite music documentaries – films and TV series. There are links to streaming services and free places you can check them out for yourself. Enjoy and happy watching! We talked about: The Song Talk Radio Songwriting Challenge for 2022 Artists on Spotify are mad about more than Joe ……
 
This week SongTalk welcomed Jeffery Straker a Canadian folk/roots singer-songwriter, who is based in Toronto, Ontario and Regina, Saskatchewan. His piano-based pop musical style has drawn comparisons to Elton John, Neil Young, Rufus Wainwright, and Kris Kristofferson. Straker grew up listening to country music on his parents Saskatchewan grain farm…
 
Peter McDermott is a New York City based singer and songwriter. He grew up in the Long Island music scene playing with several alternative and punk bands before going out on his own. Peter has become known for his distinct ability to write for various genres. His first release, One Big Picture Show, mixed his ……
 
Hey everyone! I hope 2022 is not hitting you all too hard. Today, we will talk about how important it is to have a clear image of where your song is going in your head and discuss ways to clarify your story and why it is so powerful to define every possible detail of your story and the universe your song is happening in. What are your experiences w…
 
This week SongTalk welcomed Newfoundland Americana/Folk duo Quote the Raven. Jordan Coaker and Kirsten Rodden-Clarke have been bewitching audiences with haunting harmonies and East-Coast meets Americana songwriting for a decade. Their album Golden Hour (2018) earned multiple nominations including the 2019 ECMA Rising Artist and the award for 2019 M…
 
Described by UK critics as “one of the most innovative of their era” and that “even to this day they sound brave and fresh”, Martha and the Muffins emerged from the early punk/new wave/art pop scene in 1977 – which was centered around various clubs along Toronto’s Queen Street West and the Ontario College of ……
 
This week SongTalk welcomed Pop-rock artist Greg Wyard – a singer-songwriter, guitarist and bass player who has been diligently working at his craft since he was ten years old. Greg moved to Canada from his native England at age 13 and settled in Toronto, earning a reputation as one of its most hardworking solo performers. ……
 
On this special episode, we decode the ins and outs of the Circle of Fifths and how to use it to create interesting chord progressions. We talked about: Why the fifth is so important in music What does diatonic mean? How to expand your musical palette Which chord is your “home” chord Samples songs we ……
 
Gather ’round kiddies for our Annual Holiday Gift Guide! with Special Guest Mike MacInnes! Full of stocking stuffers, friendly little gifts and great big wowsa! gifts. Buy them for the songwriter/musician in your life – or get yourself something nice, ’cause you deserve it. Is there anything that you’re hoping to find under your holiday-appropriate…
 
D.O. Gibson is a Guinness World Record setting rapper, author, professional speaker and music executive. He set a Guinness World Record for the longest freestyle rap ever (8 Hours and 45 Minutes). Gibson has coordinated tours for himself and his artists in Asia (Taiwan, Japan, Singapore), Europe (England, France, Netherlands), USA (NYC, Miami, Los …
 
“Six Feet Under” sees Baker’s notable smoky, sensual and illustrious vocals draped in an air of whiskey-soaked mystery. Lyrically, the track finds Kelli Baker speaking with deep-rooted assurance; acting as a melodic “try me”. Baker sings from a perspective that comes with experience. A bit jaded, yes- but on solid ground, so to speak. Almost ……
 
We have a fascinating show this episode with our special guest, Jordana Talsky. Jordana is a singer, songwriter and vocal looper who fuses multi-genre influences into her own sound. She accompanies herself by voice with a Roland Boss RC505 loop station. Her ethos is to incorporate digital means into live performance in an organic way, ……
 
This week, Marlon Chaplin joined us again to talk about how trusting in his producer/collaborator made all the difference in creating a new direction for his new album, Synestalgia. Songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Marlon Chaplin is back with a brand new full length album, the first since 2018’s critically acclaimed rock record, ‘The …
 
Sean Bertram returns to the show to talk about his new album. In the past four years, Sean Bertram has released his debut album (The Right Place, 2018), graduated at the top of his class from Humber College’s prestigious Bachelor of Music program, released his first EP (Echo, 2020), and won “Best Pop Song in ……
 
This week SongTalk tried something a little different. We brought in some our favourite songs sung in a different language than English. They say music is the international language so we thought we would put that to the test. Phil, Neel and Mike each presented three songs in a language other than English and we ……
 
Well, this summer is gone so we thought we’d try to grab the last bit of joy by sharing our fav summer songs. What are the tunes that bring you back to the lazy, hazy days of summer? Give our Summer Songs playlist a spin (or a click):โดย Song Talk Radio : Songwriting Folks
 
This week we welcomed the return of burned-out mathematician turned indie-soul artist, Jeremy Voltz with his new song, Like the Very First Time. Voltz’s music is inspired by thinking deeply about the people in his life and what he’d love to have the courage to say to them. Reminiscent of Jeff Buckley, Hozier, and Stevie ……
 
Bradley McCaw is an award-winning singer/songwriter. His career started with him singing classical music and touring internationally with the group THE TEN TENORS. A native of Australia, Bradley spent fifteen long years making good in every job a musician and writer could possibly have, ending his day with a stack of old vinyls by his ……
 
If you have Music Licensing questions, then this show is for you! Michael Elsner of MasterMusicLicensing.com stopped by to share some killer tips on how to get your songs into Movies and TV and his Master Music Licensing course. Lexie Jay of Featurette filled in for Neel who was skiving off somewhere. We talked about: ……
 
People think that pop songs have a standard structure – verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, chorus – and many do. Mostly because that familiarity works. But some hit songs challenge convention, they chart their own path to great success. So this episode we thought we would find some recent songs that go against the ……
 
“Beauty is what I’m chasing” Anna Larson is an emerging singer-songwriter, fusing diverse musical roots with piano-driven originality. Larson has several single releases slated for 2021, kicking off with “Won’t Let you Down”, due out June 25. Wrapped in vocal harmonies and warm guitar tones, it is new music for dreamers. 2021 has also seen ……
 
North Carolina Wordsmither Big Greg stopped by to talk about the importance of hooks in hip-hop tracks. We also talked about using Room EQ Wizard software to improve our mixes. We talked about Room EQ Wizard Free Software Ultra-Linear Measurement Condenser Microphone Song Talk Radio Meetup Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/biggregplk Facebook: ht…
 
Hello and welcome back again to an all new season of Songwriting Tips & Tricks, In this episode we are talking about methods of taking notes of songs that pop up in our mind and are so easily forgotten. Hang in there, because there is so much potential to help you write wonderful songs that would otherwise slip your mind. If you have any feedback, …
 
This week it was just the family, as hosts Mike, Neel, and Phil each posed a question to reveal how they became the songwriters they are today, and give out songwriting tips in the process. We talked about: What I Learned From Freddie – Neil Peart (Course Teaser) – YouTube Drumeo on Facebook How Mike ……
 
Very excited to have the Juno-award winning songwriter, author of an international #1 hit song and the very first MuchMusic VJ join us on SongTalk. Christopher Ward has done all that and more. In our recent interview, Chris talked about his new release Same River Twice, its unique recording process and why he wanted to ……
 
As the founder and president of Linus Entertainment, Geoff Kulawick grew the start up label to become one of the most successful independent music companies in Canada.Mr. Kulawick has successfully sourced, negotiated and closed on the asset purchase of twelve prominent label and publishing catalogs, most recent the closing on January 1 2021 of the …
 
Nabil Durzi & Michael Massaro stopped by to talk about adding jazz to electro. We talked about: Phil’s Drumset update The drumset How do you record all your songs? How “finished” are they? Using a spreadsheet to keep tabs of your songs in progress Cakewalk gets left off of VST integrations Nabil, is a ……
 
This week SongTalk resolved the controversy over standardized tuning to 440 hz! Okay maybe we didn’t resolve anything. But we did invite our good friend and frequent guest Matthew Reid to discuss the origins of the standard tuning setting plus the pros and cons of having a standardized tuning set at 440 hz rather than ……
 
“NFTs stand for non-fungible tokens, and they allow the audience and fan base to take part in auctions for unique content from the artists, labels, and festivals that they love, where the transactions go directly into the pockets of the artists.” This is according to music publicist and blogger Eric Alper, of thatericalper.com. We also ……
 
The guys share tips and talk about vaccines and drum kits and stuff. We talked about: Vaccines Neel’s electronic orchestra stuff Finding new structures for songs Cheap eDrum-kit woes NFTs? Songs too long? Bands with great harmonies Diatonic? Morrisey’s no fun anymoreโดย Song Talk Radio : Songwriting Folks
 
This week SongTalk dives into how to best use DAWs or Digital Audio workstations. Home recording is booming and it’s not just because of Covid. Musicians have long been using different software at home to do what used to cost thousands of dollars in a professional recording studio. How do make the most of your ……
 
Hi everyone, Did you ever ask yourself, what it really means to be a songwriter? Is it just the lyrics, is it the music, is there more to it? What describes a songwriter best? Well, this episode is focused on what parts come together to form the term songwriter. We discuss the mindset you should have when turning to these parts and to steadily grow…
 
Hey there, Would you say that you're writing is aspiringly good or that it is still missing something extra to it? Something to make it stand out? Would you say that your choice of words is too basic, or to dull or are you already aware of how to find intriguing new words to use in your songs? In any of such cases, this podcast is dedicated to song…
 
Stuck in the depths of my caves it seems. Well, Corona shut down most social and everyday life in Germany and surely has an effect on your country as well. I hope you are in good health and use the time wisely. In this episode we will be talking about useful strategies in your Home Office as a songwriter and how to collaborate with others remotely.…
 
This episode is all about writing songs as if you were a programming genius. No not you Sheldon, although I'd love to see him writing a song and listening to this show. Writing lyrics is just like writing code in some way and we will talk about how writing lyrics could benefit from the mindset of a coder. Don't worry, there is no nerd-talk beside t…
 
It is all about perspective in this episode. We are going to discuss the different narration types and through whose eyes the audience is going to experience your stories. Is there any way to tell a story different than all the other writers do? What ways are there to make your stories stand out compared to other writers? What perspective could sui…
 
No idea how to write better lyrics that get closer to the core, to a deeper level and explain things so honest and in a nutshell that everyone is like - wow? Not yet? Well then you should try this emergency songwriting method we discuss in this episode. It helps you finding the right words faster and explain situations brutally honest and real. If …
 
Stories shape the way we see the world from the day we are born. But how do we tell a story in a song and what words are we going to use? How are we going to find a coherent thread for the listener to follow along? These are the questions we are going to discuss and discover today and how you can find the right words for your audience to understand…
 
Have you ever been searching for a better way to rephrase an idea, or maybe you've been looking for a word that fits the meter or beat or paints a more beautiful image in the audiences head? If that is the case, then today's episode will help you with just that. We are about to discuss different reliable Thesauruses, be it digital or analogue, reph…
 
Have you ever been lost on words in your songs? Writer's Block hits hard because you don't know how to say what you want to say? Perhaps you've been even looking for some fellow writers to discuss your stories and songs? My name is Kieper and in todays episode, we are going to talk about the importance of vocabulary and the power of meaningful word…
 
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