Monthly Archives: December 2017

SONG TITLE CHALLENGE 003: “Baby Blue Lies”

Brent dissects the song title, “Baby Blue Lies”. There is always a great education and insight as to how the mind of a hit songwriter will prepare to write a song title.

If you’d like some one-on-one coaching to finish your song and still own 100% of your song, reach out to Brent at songwritingpro.com/coaching to schedule an appointment today.

098: Separate The Emotion From The Event

Why is it that you have no emotional concerns with any kind of failure at your day gig, but you’re paralyzed with fear of failure in your artist career?

A little one-on-one strategy session is all it takes to transform your feelings of frustration into real momentum. Email Daredevil Production at info@Daredevilproduction.com to schedule your consultation today.

097: Building A Hit – Luke Bryan’s “Light It Up”

Join Brent’s Building A Hit 4-week Online Workshop

What you’ll learn:

  1. How To Find Great Song Titles
  2. How To Kill Writer’s Block
  3. How To Focus Ideas For Maximum Impact
  4. How To Frame Your Song For Maximum Commercial Appeal
  5. How To Finish Your Song

To learn more, download Brent’s free online book Think Like A Pro Songwriter and get on the insider’s list. Download today at GiftFromBrent.com

096: Interview with CLIMBer Johnathan Cochran

How did a CLIMB listener make the jump and grow his music business enough to make a living at it?

How did a CLIMB listener create YouTube videos with 20,000 + views?

We interviewed Johnathan Cochran because we think you could learn a lot from his tactics on being a professional indie artist.

If you’d like to transform into a professional artist but you’re having trouble, getting stuck, or just plain frustrated, sometimes some personal attention is all that is required to get you going.

Johnny is available for personal one-on-one consulting to help you craft a custom marketing strategy for your music and your career.

Schedule your appointment today by emailing info@daredevilproduction.com

095: How To Write A Good Song And Still Lose

You have a better chance of booking a second co-write with an artist if you have a ‘good song’ and a GREAT time than with a ‘great song’ and a BAD time.” Brent discloses a situation where he wasn’t asked back to write because he didn’t win over the artist even though they wrote a killer song that she put on hold.

Did you miss Brent’s last Play For Publisher event? Maybe you’re not ready to put yourself out there just yet, but you’d like to listen in and watch what happened between the publisher and the 10 songwriters who qualified for this round? Click on GiftFromBrent.com to get access to the recorded publisher meetings. Oh, you’ll also get Brent’s free eBook THINK Like a Pro Songwriter!

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