Registration starts at 8 a.m.
Part 1: Ty Taylor, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
THE NASHVILLE NUMBER SYSTEM
Hosted by Ty Taylor
Ty was born in Moss Point, Mississippi into a musical family. He began playing
shows at age eight, and has been playing nonstop since. Ty’s natural guitar
ability has made him quite popular. He has done several sessions of studio work
in Nashville, and is a regular “go to” guy at the well-known, Dockside Studios in
Maurice, Louisiana. Ty also plays several other instruments. Ty cowrote all the
songs on his current album, “Living The Wildlife”.
In this clinic of songwriters for acoustic guitar and more, we’ll explore a more in-depth look at the Nashville number system. You’ll learn not only what this system means but how to apply it to your songwriting and recording of your songs. This course will also give you all the tools you need to start writing your own charts and give you a better understanding of music theory no matter what instrument you play or choose to write on. We’re also going to dive into a little more advanced take on theory and the understanding of chord voicings and put that to use in your own songs as well. So, come explore the Nashville number system and more.
Break for lunch at 12:00, (On your own)
Part 2: Danny Wells, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
SONGWRITER TIPS THE PROS USE
Hosted by Danny Wells
Songwriter-artist Danny Wells is a CMA and an ACM award nominee. He is recognized for the #1 Hits, Check Yes or No recorded by George Strait, These Days recorded by Rascal Flatts and Couldn’t Last a Moment by Collin Raye.
Wells is from Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina where he graduated from Roanoke Rapids High School. He then moved to Oklahoma City and earned his A.A. Music degree from Southwestern Christian University and received a B.M. in Commercial Music. Immediately after graduation, he began to concentrate on what he loved most, songwriting.
1. Learn songwriting tips the pros use.
2. Analyze hit song lyrics.
3. Discover the amazing power of action verbs.
4. Learn to use alliteration.
5. How to step up your game and write fresh lyrics.
6. How to write better rhymes.
7. Play on words.
8. Step up to the plate and step up your game.
9. Walk away a better writer.
Click the link below to reserve your spot. Yes! We accept tuition fees online!