STEVE BLOCH SONG PITCH CRITIQUE SESSION *Thursday, March 5

Mark your calendars! STEVE BLOCH, Nashville Publisher, Consultant and Song Plugger will be making his annual visit to Phoenix. 

Thursday, March 5! Fiddler's Dream Coffee House, 1702 E Glendale Ave, Phoenix (Time to be announced)

Members of ASA, NSAI, NARIP, TAXI, CWP - $20 
Non-members - $25 

**If you want Steve to listen to a song, please bring it on CD 
and have a Lyric Sheet. **One song per writer. 
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**STEVE IS AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS: 
All day Tuesday and Wednesday, 3/3 & 3/4 
Mornings on Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 3/6, 3/7, 3/8 
$75 for 50 minutes 

....For more info and/or appointment: steveblochmusic@gmail.com

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Nashville publisher, consultant, and song plugger, STEVE BLOCH, has been listening to and pitching songs in Nashville for over two decades. 

   His own boutique publishing company, Southern Cow Music, has garnered cuts with Faith Hill, Lee Ann Womack, Lee Greenwood, the Oak Ridge Boys, Randy Houser, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Dylan Scott, and Josiah Siska.  As an independent song plugger Steve has gotten cuts with Kenny Chesney, Hank Jr., Tracy Byrd, Clay Walker, Lila McCann, Keith Harling, John Berry, and Lee Brice, to name a few. 

   Steve currently serves as the Creative Consultant for Demolition Music Publishing, LLC., a new player in Nashville with 7 staff writers.  Additionally, Steve screens songs for Doug Johnson, the head of A&R at Black River Entertainment, whose roster includes Kelsea Ballerini, Abby Anderson, and Josiah Siska. 

   “I’m always most interested in a great country song.  A great song trumps the “right pitch” every time.  Often missing for me these days on contemporary country radio is heart and real characters that I can relate to and root for.  It’s not all about production and groove and phrasing.  I think the opportunity for outside writers is to deliver all of that plus real lyrical substance…content that matters and is delivered in a compelling and entertaining way”.   

     As Steve always says, “you never know where you’ll find the magic”.