Nowadays, songwriters appear to be keener on giving up personal space to share breathing room with others in order to create something special.
People enter the music business all the time.
It’s true that there is no wrong or right way to write a song.
Country music is a genre enjoyed by many people from different cultural backgrounds, and for good reason.
Good songwriters often have a lot of tricks up their sleeves so the lyrics for each of their songs don’t get predictable or monotonous.
With life having its various ups and downs, everyone needs positive reminders and lighthearted expressions from time to time.
Looking for ways to improve your songwriting skills? One technique you can apply is to add irregular time signatures to your songs to add depth and to make them more interesting.
Building a successful songwriting career does not happen overnight, nor is it an easy path.
Musicians and other people with mental health issues are, too often, made to feel worse about their conditions due to negative attitudes towards them from the wider society.
There is no doubt that many in the music fraternity aren’t getting timely and quality medical help, especially from a mental health perspective.
Love the sound of music? The ability to hear is a unique gift that allows us (well, most of us) to differentiate a wide variety of sounds, including music, speech, motion and even – ironically – silence.
When it comes on to vocal training, there are a number of questions floating around in the singing community.
Never mind becoming famous; for many people in the music business, including songwriters and musicians, just achieving their goals is hard enough.
Many songwriters still believe that a well-recorded demo is all that's needed to garner the attention of recording artists or music supervisors for film and TV.
Sia’s immense success as a songwriter flies in the face of everything pop stardom is about.
Humans have had a relationship with art, in one form or another, since time immemorial.
In today's pop-driven music market, it might seem that most popular songs simply sound the same.
Let’s face it…some of the greatest music ever made was created by people who are considered as atypical or arose out of bizarre actions and practices! From songwriters who get inspiration for new lyrics from unusual events and activities to those