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MusicWorld Vol. 10, 4.12: Songwriter news, Q&A’s, advice & more

Posted in News on April 30, 2012

Check out the new issue of BMI MusicWorld, featuring advice and insight including…

Important stories for working songwriters from Slate, Atlantic Cities, AdAge and more.

The Krayolas: “We’re making money, making royalties thanks to BMI, because we have taken the steps to get organized with our music and get the music the respect it deserves.”

Marty Stuart: “We all begin by being inspired by somebody else. But at the end of the day, a good song has to come from your own heart, and from your own perspective. I encourage all young writers to be fearless.”

David Newman: “I don’t wait around for an idea or inspiration. I start working and inspiration comes.”

iZLER: “Musicians are artists first. You can’t be a film composer until you’re an artist.”

From the Archives: BMI’s songwriting history, in pictures.

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