SDSG begins our 32nd year with a chance to meet with and have your songs heard and critiqued by Jim Attebery, the co-founder and President of The Durango Songwriter’s Expo, a premier national singer-songwriter event since it was founded in 1996. The meeting will be held at one of San Diego’s finest recording facilities, Studio West, thanks to the studio’s support for SDSG.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the 22th annual song contest. All the songs entered were amazing. San Diego definitely has a lot of talent. Here is a review of the song contest..Thanks and appreciation to the judges for their time and willingness to be a part of this event. They did an excellent job. Thank You for the contest sponsors for their generosity and support. great appreciation for the volunteers who gave their time and effort to make this event happen. Get your songs ready for next years song contest.
For complete detail on how to enter and contest rules go to the song contest page.
SDSG’s 22nd Annual Song Contest will be held Monday, November 4, 2013 at the Country Inn & Suites in Sorrento Valley. For complete detail on how to enter and contest rules go to the song contest page. The contest is a popular tradition for San Diego writers, and offers a unique opportunity to hear a tremendous cross section of local work. Prize winners are to be selected by a panel of industry professionals in this exciting event on November 4, during which song entries recorded on CD are played for both judges and audience to hear. Songs will be heard, winners will be announced, and prizes awarded on this jam packed night, an exciting prospect indeed. If you are a songwriter, or a producer or artist looking for some new material, please join us at Country Inn & Suites, 5975 Lusk Boulevard, San Diego 92121 on November 4th!
For the San Diego Songwriter’s Guild May event, we held an informal “Work In Progress” workshop where our members presented songs that were in various stages of production, for ideas as to how they could better prepare them for commercial use. Mark Hattersley, Diane Waters & Tim Mudd sat on the panel and moderated the open discussion.
Toward the end of the night, one of our members and…
We all know the feeling of uncertainty that can accompany creative efforts, and the challenges that arise when a work is in progress. At SDSG, we often hear from members who are hesitant to present a song that is unfinished…