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December 9 & 10, 2017
9003 W. Lillian Lane, Tolleson, AZ 85353

 Co-Sponsored by ARIZONA SONGWRITERS Association

 Steve Seskin has written seven number one songs, including
Grammy-nominated "Grown Men Don't Cry" recorded by Tim McGraw 

and "Don't Laugh at Me" winner of NSAI Song of the Year and Music

Row Magazine Song of the Year in 1999 as recorded by Mark Wills.

Steve's other #1 hits are "No Doubt About It" and "For a Change" recorded
by Neal McCoy. "No Man's Land" and "If You've Got Love" both r

ecorded by John Michael Montgomery and "Daddy's Money"

recorded by Richochet.

Steve Seskin Songwriting Seminar, Saturday, Dec 9th and Sunday,

Dec 10th from 9:30am till 4:30pm.

 This will be a two-day songwriting workshop with the option of

attending only one day if you prefer. One day is $90; 2-days is $160. 

Steve will be covering many topics during the two days as well as

doing some critiques of the participant's songs. For a list of the 

topics go to course descriptions/. For more

info and to register, email Barbara at For

questions about the workshop, email Steve Seskin at

**Admission to the 7pm Saturday, Dec 9th concert included for seminar

attendees. Concert only price is $20.


  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18th, 1pm to 4pm

** One lucky person attending our 3rd Saturday Workshop on

November 18th will win a free ticket to the STEVE SESKIN 

Songwriting Workshop and Concert, December 9 & 10.

Winner must be present Nov 18th. 

(See below for all 3rd Saturday "Songs in Progress" Workshop
meeting dates for the rest of the year)

 3rd Saturday dates for 2017

Glendale Public Library
 (In the LARGE meeting room)

5959 W. Brown St., Glendale, AZ 85302  
(Southwest corner of 59th Avenue & Brown Street, between
Olive Avenue and Peoria Avenue).

Hosted by
RANDY BROWN             JON IGER  


            The 3rd Saturday each month...                 

  Meet with Arizona Songwriters Association members and

hosts Jon Iger and Randy Brown, to get constructive

feedback on your song, finished or not, BEFORE you

go into the studio! Perform it live or bring a CD or

work tape. This is a FREE opportunity and a laid back

atmosphere. Randy and Jon have taught songwriting

classes at the MIM (Musical Instrument Museum), and

have had songs placed in many movies and TV shows. 

Jon has also had major label cuts on MCA and Capitol Records. 

If you are bringing a song to be reviewed, please bring

extra copies of your lyric sheet (10 to 20).  There's a better

chance for more feedback when everyone can see the lyrics.

 For more info email Jon at: