NSAI Central Arkansas Chapter

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NSAI will be closed on Monday, January 20 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Regular business hours will resume Tuesday, January 21 at 10:00 a.m.

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Meetings consist of reviewing a lesson on a craft or a music business related subject and a holding a song feedback session. Members should bring one song to share and at least four lyric sheets.

Date: 
January 11, 2020
Time: 
10 am - 12:30pm
Location: 
Second Presbyterian Church
600 Pleasant Valley Dr
Little Rock, AR 72227
United States
Details: 
January meeting / workshop will be Saturday from 10 am - 12:30 pm. Second Presbyterian Church Don Tucker, Casey Penn & Paul Tull will host
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Welcome To Our Chapter!

Coordinators

Coordinators

Don Tucker
Casey Penn

Chapter News and Events

We lost our dear friend and founder of the Central Arkansas NSAI Chapter , Charlie Crow. Charlie passed from this earth on Dec 25 2019. He founded this chapter in 2005, and was instrumental in our growth as an organizer and a songwriting mentor. We will carry on the chapter in his memory, though there will be a huge void, and his presence will be greatly missed. The memorial service will not be a NSAI event, it will be hosted by the church and his family. All friends of Charlie,are welcome and encouraged to attend and show support for his wife Anne, children, grandchildren and siblings. In lieu of flowers, you can direct gifts to the Church , and / or Arkansas Prostrate Cancer Foundation , of which Charlie was Chairman . Their website is arprostratecancer.org .

NSAI News and Events

Tin Pan South Songwriting Seminar (TPSSS) is the perfect event for songwriters of any genre and any skill level to further develop their songwriting toolkit, build a stronger network, and learn from enriching segments from experts across the music industry. We're excited to reveal a fresh format and a new location in the heart of Music City! As NSAI’s longest-running event (over 20 years) we are proud to say that this seminar has been the standard by which all other Nashville songwriting seminars are measured. Former Spring Training attendees include hit writers Jon Vezner (Where’ve You Been – Kathy Mattea), Tia Sillers (I Hope You Dance – LeAnne Womack), Barry Dean (Girls Chase Boys - Ingrid Michaelson, Pontoon – Little Big Town) and Lance Carpenter (Love Me Like You Mean It – Kelsea Ballerini). Invest in your craft. Meet co-writers. Get inspired.