March 1- March 31 “Recommended” Songs Considered for Pub Luncheon.

Congratulations to the writers below who had songs recommended between

March 1- March 31 for consideration for our Publisher Luncheon. These were submitted to the Song Evaluation Service and were recommended by the NSAI Evaluators who reviewed them.

NSAI staffers will review all songs recommended for the possibility of a Summer 2020 Publisher Luncheon.


Be sure to take a look at the hometowns of these great writers. Who knows… you may find your next co- writer! With NSAI members from all over the world, one of these folks might live just around the corner from you!


Writers below had songs “Recommended for Consideration” from
March 1- March 31

Jim King “Heart” Risco, Missouri

Bobby Evans “If I Were Any Better” Silex, Missouri

Bobby Evans “Leaving Up to Me” Silex, Missouri

Brad McKinney “Us Against a Dive Bar Band” Richmond, Kentucky

Olivia Kiene “Meryl Streep” Los Angeles, California

Mike Burke “Somedays” Nashville, Tennessee

Samme Cannon “More Business” Beaufort, South Carolina

Jay Matthes “You Try and Tell Her No” Waukesha, WIsconsin

Donna Opfer “Breakable” St. Louis, Missouri

Kyra Hunter Constancio “Vibin’” San Angelo, Texas

Alan Carpenter “Romance Chance” El Paso, Texas

Mark Stegall “Round Up” Danville, Virginia

Wayne Baratta “Wide Open”  Poughkeepsie, New York

Jesse Waller “Something About This Crowd” Hendersonville, Tennessee

Buck Wild & Penelope Lane “American Boy, American Girl” Lambertville, New Jersey

Michael Meiners “Low Country Night” Winnetka, Illinois

Steven Sumners “God Never Sleeps” Seminole, Texas

Jefferson Hyll “Sattelite Crash” Cleveland, Tennessee

Tim Rand “When The Ride Slows Down” Little Rock, Arkansas

Frank J Snelson “I Call Home” Rolla, Missouri


*Names listed above do not reflect writers who have had songs recommended at any time other than March 2020.



These writers are being recognized by our evaluators as writers who are on the rise! These members have gotten the attention of our evaluators for their unique and promising writing skills. Keep an eye on these folks… they just keep getting better!

Richard Schroder: Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

Eliza Harrison Smith: Cabin John, Maryland

Bobby Evans: Silex Missouri

Trevor Martin: Bowling Green, Kentucky

Britnee Kellogg: Vancouver, Washington

Joe Sims: Slidell, Louisiana

Olivia Kiene: Los Angeles, California

Jayne Sachs: Trotwood, Ohio

Trevor Peverley: Toronto, Ontario

Jay Matthes: Waukesha, Wisconsin

Holly Shipley: Dallas, Texas

David Lauver: Knoxville, Tennessee

Leanne Pearson: Winnipeg, Manitoba

Donna Opfer: St. Louis, Missouri

Kyra Hunter Constancio: San Angelo, Texas

Michael Saleta: Altona, Victoria

Alan Carpenter: El Paso, Texas

Rhonda Gessow: Woodside, California

Jefferson Hyll: Cleveland, Tennessee

Claire Bunnik: Pefferlaw, Ontario

Justin Gild: New York, New York

Rik Shafer: Pompano Beach, Florida

Brad Howard: Smyrna, Tennessee

Mark Stegall: Danville, Virginia

Mark Skinner: Hermitage, Tennessee

Leah Watts: Kansas City, Missouri

Carl Ellison: Durango, Colorado

Robert Cutrell: Evansville, Indiana

Heather Brockell: Nashville, Tenenssee

Wayne Baratta: Poughkeepsie, New York

Keith Vincent: Henderson, Kentucky

Jesse Waller: Hendersonville, Tennessee

Frank Renfordt: Hagen

Buck Wild & Penelope Lane: Lambertville, New Jersey

Amy Loftus: Culver City, California

Magnus Skogsberg: Trollhattan

Christopher Nurthen: Virginia Beach, Virginia

Michael Meiners: Winnetka, Illinois

Kevin Danzig: Vail, Colorado

Kathryn Rose Wood: New Orleans, Louisiana

Larry Jay: Topanga, California

Steven Sumners: Seminole, Texas

Mark Adorni: Folsom, California

Sarah Beth Ballard: Park City, Utah

Brad Peters: Brampton, Ontario

Dan Allen: Grand Blanc Michigan

Jeffrey Clarke: Des Planes, Illinois

Warren Jurgens: Olathe, Kansas

Dewey Longuski: Mason Michigan

Frank J Snelson: Rolla, Missouri

Richard Mack Harrell: Boca Raton, Florida

Joe McEnerney: Long Beach, New York

Gene Reid: Little Rock, Arkansas

Bryton Stoll: Bonner Springs, Kansas

*Names listed above do not reflect writers who have been recognized at any time other than March 2020.