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From The Desk...Expansions on Co-writing

Augmenting a partner’s strengths and shoring up their weak spots may seem like an obvious notion, and so it should be, but artists have egos, and sometimes an individual’s understanding of their scope may not agree with yours. 581 more words

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From The Desk...Three Flags

Upon moving into our 1875 cottage in the Historic Edgefield district across the Cumberland  River from downtown Nashville, one of the first things I did, given the extant horizontal flagpole on the front porch, was to purchase small versions of the three flags that define my life journey and that of my family.   237 more words

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From The Archives...The Creative Workshop

Recently sent to me by my old pal  Travis Turk, this is probably the first picture of me in a Nashville studio situation, taken at Creative Workshop in 1972, soon after arriving from England. 33 more words

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From The Desk...Songwriting: An Industry Overview

The landscape has changed radically in the music industry over the past thirty years, and songwriters have taken a particularly hard hit as the newer technological innovations have turned the old business models on their heads. 622 more words

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Terminally ill boy from Florida travels to NY to raise money for local organization

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – A little boy from Florida was back in the Capital Region on Thursday for a second time to see the snow and give back to a local organization. 322 more words

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The Skelly Suggests...Cherry Pickin' Joe Cocker

The following cherry-pick through Joe’s discography includes the writing credits for each song.

  1. THE LETTER  ( Wayne Thompson)
  2. CRY ME A RIVER ( Arthur Hamilton)
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