Secrets to Songwriting: Write Songs That Reach Millions - 10/6/18
Ever wonder how you can make your songwriting better?
Want to know the "Secrets" of Successful Songwriting?
What’s the difference between a song that you and your friends like and one that can connect with a worldwide audience? Successful songwriters know the secret of converting their personal observations and feelings into songs that make millions say “Yeah, I’ve felt like that too”. In this workshop, Jai Josefs will reveal exactly how they do it - both lyrically and musically. Using examples from current worldwide hits as well as before-and-after versions from both his students and hit writers, he’ll show you a step-by-step process that will enable you to immediately begin doing it in your own writing.
Don't wait: space is limited and will fill up fast! Sign up today to reserve your seat. Pre-registration is required.
Saturday, October 6th from 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM $35 per person
Bananas At Large
1504 4th St
San Rafael, CA 94901
Jai Josefs is a world renowned songwriting coach who has taught songwriting at UCLA, and at dozens of seminars and conferences throughout North America. Many of his students have gone on to successful careers in the industry and have secured major label record deals, publishing deals and placements in film and television. His book “Writing Music For Hit Songs” has been endorsed by hit writers including Diane Warren and is used as a text on contemporary music composition worldwide.
He has also had a successful career as a songwriter/producer in the music industry working with such artists as Jose Feliciano, Little Richard, and Pam Tillis, and doing projects for such companies as Universal, RCA, Motown, and Disney. His original songs have been featured in over 70 TV shows on every major network including CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, HBO, and Showtime as well as in over 20 major motion pictures with such stars as Harrison Ford, Billy Bob Thornton, Jessica Lange, Mark Wahlberg, and Denzel Washington.
He currently coaches songwriters privately and leads workshops right here in Marin. To find out more, visit his website at http://jaijomusic.com