The West Coast Songwriters organization will present its 30th Annual Music Conference September 11-12 at Foothill College in Los Altos, California. Sponsored by BMI, the weekend symposium will offer a full schedule of seminars and panels, led by more than 50 industry experts including hit songwriters/producers Scott Mathews and Larry Batiste; Tony Lindsay, lead vocalist of Santana; Greg Camp of Smash Mouth and Megan Slankard; Christian music executive Cindy Wilt Colville; social media strategist Dave Peck; and in-house concert guru KC Turner.
Attendees will network with executives, established hit-makers, and one another in a supportive, relaxed environment. Each participant is also guaranteed two song screenings each day.
For more information, visit westcoastsongwriters.org or call 650-654-3966.
About West Coast Songwriters
West Coast Songwriters is a 501(c)3 nonprofit educational organization. Founded in 1979, WCS has grown into one of the most active music association in the USA, offering more than 20 events per month. Whether your goal is personal expression or to make a living in the music industry, knowing how to write, or recognize a well crafted song is key to your success. At WCS, members establish important relationships, both professionally and personally, that enhance and accelerate their development. Music ceases to be a solitary pursuit and becomes a shared endeavor through the focus, feedback, collaboration, contacts/networking and support that WCS provides.