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Steve Bloch, a Nashville publisher, consultant and song plugger, will be the featured guest at a Song Pitch & Critique Session. If you want Steve to listen to a song, please bring it on CD or phone. A lyric sheet is mandatory. Thursday, March 7 | 6-9:30 p.m. Continental Villas Clubhouse, 8308 E. Valley Vista Drive, Scottsdale ** If you have any questions or need further directions, call Beve at 480-203-5906.

** Thank you for Supporting the Arizona Songwriters Association! A $25 donation for the Steve Bloch meeting is suggested to help us cover expenses!

Directions: ** From Loop 101, take McDonald Dr. Exit westbound. At 2nd stoplight turn right on Granite Reef Rd. Turn left on Valley Vista Dr. The Clubhouse will be on the right-hand side.

** Coming from the west: Take McDonald Dr. eastbound to Granite Reef Rd. At 2nd stoplight past Hayden Rd., Turn left on Granite Reef Rd. Turn left on Valley Vista Dr. There is street parking.

He will be available for one-on-one consultations while he is in town. ($75 for 50 minutes, March 7-11). For more information or for an appointment, email steveblochmusic@gmail.com.

Steve Bloch Bio: Nashville publisher, consultant, and independent song plugger, Steve Bloch, has been listening to and pitching songs in Nashville for almost three decades.

He listens independently for Doug Johnson, creative head of A&R at Black River Entertainment who artists include Kelsea Ballerini, Pryor Baird, Marynn Taylor, and Scotty Hasting. He performs the same services for Dolly Parton’s music supervisor and record producer, Kent Wells, who also currently produces Tanya Tucker. His own boutiques publishing companies have garnered cuts with Faith Hill, Lee Greenwood, Lee Ann Womack, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Emerson Drive, Randy Houser, Jack Ingram, and he currently has three Cody Johnson cuts. As an independent song plugger, Steve secured cuts with Kenny Chesney, Clay Walker, Tracy Byrd, John Berry, Lila McCann, and Hank Jr., to name a few.

“I’m always most interested in a great country song. A great song trumps an “appropriate” pitch every time. Often missing for me these days in today’s contemporary country is heart and real characters I can relate to and root for. I look first for an inviting melody and then lyrical substance with content that matters and is delivered in a compelling, unique, entertaining way”.