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Gear Review: Mackie MC-450 Headphones

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Headphones are a crucial, but often overlooked, piece of equipment required for a home studio. This is the way you, your bandmates or your...

Gear Review: Mackie’s New EleMent Microphone Series

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With the music industry moving quickly into the realm of DIY content creation, it is super important for you as a songwriter to...

Gear Review: Check Out This Demo Of Fender’s Jimmy Page Mirror...

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Fender debuted the Jimmy Page Mirror Telecaster in 2019 and the guitars are making the rounds in retailers now. The Fender replica is painstakingly...

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Nine Tips for Songwriters in the Zoom Co-Write Era

The COVID-19 pandemic in America has brought forth numerous, unprecedented adaptations to everyday life—face masks in public spaces, toilet paper hoarding, and...

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Marin Patenaude Confessional Folk Taps Deep Emotions on ‘Sight Unseen’

“This record is like a bed of moss to me - a place where all my feelings are supported by nature, and is made up of intricate players that somehow ended up in the same beautiful place...

Jennifer Denali Finds Healing Power In “Sweet Sounds”

Vocalist/songwriter Jennifer Denali has been on a musical evolution for the past three years, with her true essence finally crystallizing in her new single and video “Sweet Sounds,” showcased here on American Songwriter today. “Sweet Sounds”...

Deerhoof Says Goodbye To Normalcy On New Record ‘Future Teenage Cave Artists’

Deerhoof has been one of music’s ‘best-kept secrets’ for just over a quarter-century. Since forming in 1994, they have been utter trailblazers in the world of experimental pop, indie, noise, punk, contemporary classical and pretty much any...

Lainey Wilson Debuts Acapella Version of “Things A Man Oughta Know”

As promised, Louisiana’s own, Lainey Wilson shares her third song and visualizer in a series of waterfall releases over the past three pandemic-stricken months. “Things A Man Oughta Know” was first released as part of her 2019...

Harry the Nightgown Makes Good First Impression With “Ping Pong”

 “First impressions are always unreliable,” wrote German novelist and write Franz Kafka. The Bay Area’s Harry the Nightgown is hoping to counteract that claim with their new single and video, the jaunty “Ping Pong”.

Tim Nelson Opens Up About Cub Sport’s Forthcoming Album, ‘Like Nirvana’

Back in March, Cub Sport shared the first two singles off their forthcoming album Like Nirvana. The first—“Confessions”—is a haunting electro-pop number built around a list of singer-songwriter Tim Nelson’s most intimate utterances, while the second—“Drive”—is an...

Jason Herndon Debuts Single, Video for “This Thing”

Jason Herndon is partnering with American Songwriter to exclusively premiere his single and lyric video for "This Thing." Herndon, often recognized as a clinician for the iconic Martin Guitars and as the touring...

Corinne Sharlet Combs Spaghetti-Western Style With “Deceiver” Video

The beauty of songwriting is it strikes when you least expect it. And sometimes, you have to go looking for it. Out of Portland, Oregon, indie folk singer-songwriter Corinne Sharlet sought to creatively reinvent herself and picked...

Gary Olson Keeps Ladybug Transistor Patented Sound Intact on His Solo Debut

Gary Olson | Gary Olson | (Tapestry) 3 out of 5 stars It was inevitable that Gary Olson, the frontman/founder and only consistent member of the well regarded The Ladybug Transistor,...

ASCAP Announces Four Virtual Award Shows for 2020

ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, today announced it will honor the songwriters and publishers behind its most performed songs of the past year with four virtual celebrations for ASCAP Pop, Screen, Latin and...

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