Should Songwriters Put Their Songs Out There?

One of the questions I get most from beginning songwriters is whether there’s any risk or problem with getting their songs out there on social media, streaming services, websites or any other ways that songs can be heard by (hopefully) large numbers of people. It’s an interesting concern to me because, in my experience, the
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Three Situations When Songwriters Should Consult An Attorney

A practicing entertainment attorney for thirty years, Trip Aldredge may not have seen it all but he’s certainly seen more than most of us. Take a look below at his piece on situations where songwriters should consider consulting a music attorney. For more of Trip’s articles, take a peek at his blog as well. Introduction I seem
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The Pros & Cons of Signing a Publishing Deal

For most songwriters in the early stages of their careers, the idea of being hired as a staff songwriter for a publishing company is close to the Holy Grail. It represents that most coveted prize of industry recognition and validation of your talent along with a gateway to cuts, movie placements and any one of
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