NSAI member, Kalsey Kulyk recently premiered the music video for her third single, "Rewind" and was featured in Country Weekly! The Canadian singer/songwriter will release her EP later this year. Congrats Kalsey on your success and happy #FeatureFriday !

We'd like to personally congratulate NSAI member, Suzie Zeldin, for having her song taken last night at our Online Pitch workshop! Suzie's song is titled "Make Your Own Happy," which is appropriately titled for her accomplishment! Thanks to Josh from Round Hill Music for listening to our member's songs and giving feedback!

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Today's #FeatureFriday goes out to NSAI Member, Simon Reid! The songwriter/writer/producer was recently signed to Diamond Eye Music! Reid is originally from the UK. Congrats on your success, Simon! Read full article on Music Row.

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Congratulations to the following members who had their song taken at Pitch to Publisher last night! Thanks to Lydia Shultz (Magic Mustang) for taking time to listen to our members' songs!

"Good Red Wine"- Melissa Sheridan
"Who This Town’s Raising Now"– Brett Timukas
"Take It To The Grave"– Laura Vance
"Skinny Dippin’ "– Cody Park Hutchings
"We Won’t Let It Die"– Nicole Bangert
"Born Bred Beautiful"– Tricia Hagedorn

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We had a great time with Kelly Bolton (Black River Entertainment) at Online Pitch last night! Congratulations to the following members who had their song taken:

"Throwback Radio"- Sasha Aaron

A part of succeeding in YOUR goals is taking chances and entering the right competitions that will make you a better songwriter or artist. Take this opportunity to develop confidence in putting your songs out there. You never know what will happen unless you try! All entrants receive a personalized judging report.

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

Congratulations to the writers below who had songs recommended between July 1 and July 31 for consideration for our “Pitch to Publisher” luncheon. These songs came into the Song Evaluation Service and were recommended by the NSAI Evaluator who reviewed them.