NSAI Savannah, GA Chapter

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NSAI will be closed on Monday, February 17 in observance of Presidents' Day. Regular business hours will resume Tuesday, February 18 at 10:00 a.m.

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Meetings consist of reviewing a lesson on the craft of songwriting or a music business related subject. We then host a feedback session where participants share a song with the group. Members should bring a song to share and lyric sheets for the group.

Date: 
February 27, 2020 (monthly on the last Thursday every month)
Time: 
6:30 pm
Location: 
Randy Wood Music
1304 U.S. 80
Bloomingdale, GA 31302
United States
Details: 
We are shifting our meeting to the right to the first Thursday of November, December and January due to the holidays.

Welcome To Our Chapter!

Coordinators

Coordinators

Sean Squires
John Martin

Chapter News and Events

Want to give a shout out to our member Jerry Kessler for winning our chapter's Ole Song Challenge with his song titled "I'll Go To Hell" and to Regina Graham for runner up with her song titled "Red Budlight and Blue". We initially had a three-way tie and had to vote again that brought it down to these two. Congratulations again. We are lucky to have you all in our chapter. You make all of us better.

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.