What are the “rules of thumb” for creating compelling song titles?
How can you craft a title so that you’re “winning before you’re spinning” with a publisher?
How is it that the song titles “The House That Built Me” and “Truck Yeah”, which reside at vastly different ends of the artistically-compelling-gene-pool, are both #1 singles?
In this episode, Brent and Johnny dig down deep to discuss some song title 101 strategies. For instance, you may have a KILLER song, but with a not-so-compelling title like “Truck Yeah”. Is it a good idea to play that song for a publisher on a first meeting? What about the second meeting with the same publisher? What about sending in your songs to a publisher you haven’t met before…what are the guidelines that will give you the greatest chance at being heard?
We cover all these questions and more in this episode.
PS: If you’d like to work on a song title or song lyrics privately with Brent, go to SongwritingPro.com/coaching and schedule a coaching session today.
PPS: If you have questions that you’d like to ask a professional publisher, then you’ll love Brent’s upcoming “Know The Row” event. This February 5th, you can get access to hit songwriter Matt Lindsey (Dixie Chicks, Garth Brooks, Blake Shelton, Rod Steward, Tim McGraw, and more!) For all the information go to GiftFromBrent.com and download Brent’s free ebook, Think Like A Pro Songwriter. If you already have this helpful resource, you’ll be getting information in your email about this very special Know The Row Event.