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Congratulations to those who had their songs "taken" by Kirby Smith of Play It Again Music Publishing! A copy of your mp3, lyric, and contact information will be sent to her for another listen.
Keep up the great work!

Leslie Rich - Soundtrack To My Broken Heart
Jacob Noe - You Remind Me
Kelly McKay - Section 318
Jacob Hillenbrand - Another Memory
Loralei Ellis - Camelot
Russell Dritz - Chasing Her Racing Heart
Graham Cossick - Rebel In You, Devil In Me
Claire Bufalino - I Like Me
Demming Bass - St. Somewhere

July 1-July 31 “Recommended” Songs Considered for P2P Luncheon.

Congratulations to the writers below who had songs recommended between July 1st and July 31st 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 between May 1st and August 31st and will choose up to 15 for the October 2017 Publisher Luncheon.

 

Congratulations to the members who had their songs selected at the Online Pitch with Drew Alexander from Curb Music Publishing! A copy of the song, lyrics, and contact information will be sent to Drew for further review!

LAST NIGHT - Chelsea Balan, Joey Ebach, Scott Forman
ALIVE - Desirae Bronson
SIP IT OFF MY LIPS - Elle Mears & James Hoppe
PICTURES OF US - Davis Weir

Keep up the great work!

Congratulations to the following members who had their songs selected by Chad Green of Daywind Music Publishing. A copy of your song, lyric, and contact information will be provided to him for his review. It will be up to him whether he reaches back out to you. Keep up the great work!

Jessica Hitte- LOVE COVERS (wasn't interested in this particular song, but Chad requested to get more information on the songwriter)
Taylor Clark - WORRIES IN THE SHADOW

June 1-June 30 “Recommended” Songs Considered for P2P Luncheon.
Congratulations to the writers below who had songs recommended between June 1st and June 30th 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 between May 1st and August 31st and will choose up to 15 for the October 2017 Publisher Luncheon.

Congratulations to the following who had their songs selected for the 2017 Publisher Luncheon!
These songs will be digitally sent to all of the publishers at the luncheon.

Jacob Noe - HARD PILL TO SWALLOW
Laura Guthrie - LET GOD LEAD THE WAY
Mike Mentz - CIGARETTE
Gil Polk - WHEN YOU'RE AWAKE *winner of the TOP 40 Contest Spring 2017
Kat Saul - 21 DAYS
Andrew Branch - IF YOU DARE *winner of the TOP 40 Contest Winter 2017
Lauren McLamb - WASTED FANTASY *winner of the NSAI/ CMT Song Contest
Tyler Madden - CASTING STONES

Each quarter NSAI invites all of the local Nashville Music Publishers and PRO Reps to attend a luncheon. Congratulations to the NOMINEES whose songs are being considered for the CD that goes home with 50+ Music Publishers. Songs considered for this CD are recommended by the NSAI Song Evaluation Service and the NSAI Membership Representatives.
These songs were recommended between 4/1/17 - 6/30/17.

We had Josh Saxe over from Roundhill this week for Online Pitch!
Special congratulations to DAVIS WEIR who had his song, "Float" selected! A copy of the song, lyrics, and his contact information will be given to the publisher.
Keep up the great work Davis!

May 1-May 31 “Recommended” Songs Considered for P2P Luncheon.
Congratulations to the writers below who had songs recommended between May 1st and May 31st 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 between May 1st and August 31st and will choose up to 15 for the October 2017 Publisher Luncheon.

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