Publisher Rusty Gaston says, “great songwriters win by perspiration, not inspiration.” He’s practical. And I think you’ll find much of what he has to say applicable to many different careers, not just to publishing and songwriting.
This is part two of our interview with songwriter Nicolle Galyon. While part one focused on “the process,” part two is really about the songs themselves: how they got written, where the ideas came from, and what they mean to Nicolle.
Since our co-producer Kevin is on his honeymoon, we decided to shake it up a bit. My close friend Nada actually turns the microphone on me. We touch on topics from road life and band dynamics to humility and the temptation to compare oneself to other artists.
Kelleigh Bannen's upbeat, catchy new single 'Famous' isn't as sweet as it sounds. The revenge anthem sees the singer trying to make her cheating, lying boyfriend "famous" for his evil ways, which she successfully does in the video.
Kelleigh Bannen‘s scorn is anything but manufactured on her debut single ‘Sorry on the Rocks.’ The country newcomer — who signed to EMI Nashville barely two months ago — introduces herself to country music fans as a strong female artist willing to take no mist…