Here at NSAI we believe that performing regularly is valuable to getting your songs heard! This July, we’ve teamed up with The Country Nashville to showcase some of our Song Camp and Advanced Camp Attendees!  

Photo by Jason Delkou


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

Congratulations to the writers below who had songs recommended between March 1st and March 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.

Congratulations to the following members who had their songs taken at Online Pitch this past Tuesday!! Thank you Jennifer Duke for joining us! 

“Kiss Me When You’re Tipsy” by Randy Davis
“Back to the Me” by Ray Duane
“Fake It” by Austin Forcier
“White Picket Fences” by Alex Stern

Mark your calendars for upcoming Online Pitch Events.

Thanks to Will Overton for joining us last week for Pitch to Publisher night! 

Shoutout to the following songwriters' whose songs were taken:

"Kiss Me When You're Tipsy"- Randy Davis/T. Chandler
"Whiskey Business"- Sean Swenson/J.Miller/J.Robert/B. Smith
"On Saturday"- Lorelei Ellis/ S. Lawrence
"Feelin' Good"- Jared Daniels/B. Chaffin/J. Mc.Elroy
"Just A Rock"- Jedidiah Freiheit/B. Rainwater
"Love, Life, and Baseball"- Ken Wall/Landon Wall
"I Won't Let You Go"- Josh Willcutts
"Ready For You"- Michelle Pereira

Courtney Allen from Startruck Entertainment joined us last night for our Online Pitch workshop! Thanks for the feedback you gave our members and congrats to songwriters who had their songs taken! 

"Cooter Won the Powerball"—Jeff Hardesty
"Bulletproof"—Blake Griffith
"Kiss Me When You’re Tipsy"—Randy Davis

NSAI President Lee Miller met this week with the U.S. Department of Justice regarding the ASCAP and BMI Consent Decrees regarding streaming rates and other issues. Here are his thoughts:
By Lee Thomas Miller

5 Tips to Utilizing NSAI'S Song Evaluation Service
By Leah Pitts, Membership Services & Executive Assistant

In light of Kim Williams passing, NSAI Board President Lee Thomas Miller wrote a tribute letter this week to the legendary songwriter.
A songwriter died. In a town made famous by people who write songs, this is a bad week.
     Kim Williams wrote songs, hit songs, award winning songs. He wrote country songs and he did it on the holy ground of country music, Music Row.

Jan 1 – Jan 31 “Recommended” Songs Considered for P2P Luncheon.