ASA ZOOM MEETING!
3rd SATURDAY WORKSHOP
September 19, 2020 at 1pm MST
*2 SPECIAL GUESTS FOR OUR SEPTEMBER ZOOM MEETING*
Grammy-nominated songwriter, Harriet Schock will be stopping by Saturday, September 19 to talk with us and offer us her free Ebook called "Why Write from the Heart." Harriet is no stranger to the Arizona Songwriters but it's been a while since she stopped in. She wrote words and music to the Helen Reddy hit, "Ain't No Way to Treat a Lady" which is featured in the bio-pic this year about Ms. Reddy. She also co-wrote all the songs for "The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking," the theme song for "Jakers, the Adventures of Piggley Winks," as well as songs for many other recording artists including Johnny Mathis, Manfred Mann, the Partridge Family, Smokey Robinson, Roberta Flack, Carl Anderson and many others. She has done music and songs for 4 Henry Jaglom films as well as Delta Force 2, the animated Secret Garden plus countless others. She is in pre-production for a documentary film by Tom Solari called “Hollywood Town-the Harriet Schock Story.”
For more information: http://www.harrietschock.com
ELLEN BRITTON is a veteran musician with decades of performing, writing, recording, and teaching experience. A move to Nashville in 1991 led to staff songwriter gigs, frequent shows at the world-famous Bluebird Café, touring with top artists including Martina McBride, Pam Tillis, and Tanya Tucker, and appearances on national TV shows such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Her work as a guitar teacher to prominent and aspiring artists and songwriters in Music City has included recording artists JD Souther ("Her Town Too"; ABC's Nashville), Pam Tillis (“Spilled Perfume”); hit songwriters Tim Nichols (“Live Like You Were Dying”/Tim McGraw), Barry Dean (“Pontoon”/Little Big Town), Tom Douglas (“House That Built Me”/Miranda Lambert), and many others. Ellen performs her original songs in popular venues across the country. She is also part of the female vocal foursome, Queen of Hearts, whose butt-kicking harmonies and hilarious wit have been charming crowds since 1999.
For more information: http://www.ellenbritton.com
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The September 19th Saturday Workshop will start at 1pm.
Harriet Schock will be first on the Agenda for this Introductory Appearance, so don’t be late!
Randy Brown and Jon Iger will be hosting the learning session.
This month's Topic: Listening! Passive or Critical?
What are the elements of each?
Plus Q&A on the discussion topic; and whatever songwriting questions or answers you may have.
** Zoom critiques:
(We’ll get to as many songs as time permits.)
To submit a song for critique, go to: Chelseaslinks.com/asa
*Your song should be on: Google drive, dropbox, soundcloud, or youtube.
*Lyrics are mandatory: You can copy/paste or type your lyrics in the comments at Chelseaslinks.com/asa
Chelsea Robson will be facilitating the meeting again.
We had a record number of writers attend our first few Zoom meetings!
We hope you can join us this month for another great session!
To participate, you’ll need to download the Zoom app at https://zoom.us/download
on your computer, cell phone or iPad.
SIGN-IN DETAILS for September 19th:
The day of the event, please sign-in a few minutes early prior to 1pm so we can all be ready to go.
**Very Important: Be sure to keep your microphone muted unless you are speaking to the group.
If the microphone is not muted it will cause feedback.
There is no charge to participate.