Guest blogger Karen E. Reynolds is an award-winning songwriter, longtime radio DJ, and respected music industry consultant. She’s taught songwriting and music business at the University of Tennessee and Kent State.
You’ve written your song. You’ve done a rewrite and have polished it to a luster. Now what do you do? Hit the road, perform it before millions? There’s more to it than that. Is the song pitchable and what does that even mean? Is it right for film? TV? Is it a radio ready anthem and relevant for today’s market? Here’s a list of actions that can help you zero in on the best opportunity for you and your song.
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