Pitch your song and connect with other writers at a LIVE WORKSHOP held in person at NSAI! This is a member-only event, and you must be present to pitch. It will not cost you a credit to attend. This event will take place in person at NSAI Headquarters, 1710 Roy Acuff Pl. Nashville, TN 37203. Limitted parking will be available in our lot. There is also parking available on the street and in neighboring paid lots. Doors will open at 5:15pm CT, if you arrive earlier than 5:15pm, you will be asked to wait on the covered front porch. Upon arrival, please check in at the front desk. NSAI non-members are permitted to observe two workshops prior to joinning at no cost. If you have attended more than two workshops as a non-member you will be asked to join NSAI as a member. NSAI Weekly Workshops take place in our studio. Please note that food and drink are NOT permitted in the studio. If you are not able to attend this workshop in person, This workshop will not be re-distributed for later viewing, so if you plan to attend, mark your calendar and arrive on time. NSAI does not require you to wear a mask, but we encourage byou to do what feels comfortable to you.
For this pitch, we will be listening to your songs in first verse first chorus fashion. We will be taking 50 songs in total. Members from over 75 miles outside of Davidson County, or over a 2 hour drive will be given priority. If you plan to submit a song please be prepared with an MP3 or CD version of your song along with two lyric sheets. Cassette tapes will not be accepted.
Born in Eugene, Oregon, Taylor Lamb was raised on a steady dose of late 90’s and early 2000’s country music. After always having a desire to work in the music industry, Taylor moved to Los Angeles to attend Pepperdine University and graduated with a Business degree in 2017.
While finishing college Taylor began interning at Position Music, an indie publisher/record label/management company focused on synch licensing. Upon graduating, he accepted a role as A&R Coordinator at the company and spent two years supporting the A&R staff.
Seeking to pursue his dream of working in country music, Taylor and his wife moved to Nashville in July 2019 to try and make it happen. After getting connected with then RED VP Brooke Antonakos through another publisher, Taylor started helping her out and was named Creative Director in January 2020. At the end of 2020, Taylor was promoted to VP, Publishing. In this position, he oversees all publishing and writer management duties, as well as aiding in artist development initiatives including signing and developing writers and artists.
This pitch to publisher event is for members only. There are limited spots available for pitch. This event will not take a credit from your account.