Online Song Feedback with Elizabeth Elkins

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Event Date: 
Fri, 08/30/2024 - 5:00pm
Registration Opens: 
Thu, 08/01/2024 - 12:00pm
Event Description: 

**You must be logged in on our website before trying to submit your song. This event will open for registration on Thursday, August 1, 2024 at 3pm (CT). The registration form will not appear if you are not logged in on our website, as this event is solely for the Members of NSAI.***

For registration you will only need your name, email and song title. Once confirmed please email MP3 and Lyric sheet in a word document to staff@nashvillesongwriters.com by end of the day Friday, August 9, 2024.

 

REMINDER:

You do not need to be present for this event; the session will be recorded, and a link to view the video will be distributed to all members that have registered on the "Event Date"

 

ABOUT ELIZABETH ELKINS: 

Elizabeth Elkins is a professional songwriter who has written for BMG Nashville and EMI. She has a Top 30 Billboard Country song, and a Top 15 Billboard Canadian Country hit. She has more than 50 cuts, including Billy Currington, Kira Isabella, Aaron Goodvin and Ruby Boots. Her rock songs have appeared in over 50 television programs from ABC to the CW, MTV to FX.  

She is half of the alt-country duo Granville Automatic, whose recent album Radio Hymns was praised by USA Today, the New York Times, the Washington Post, American Songwriter, No Depression and The Bitter Southerner. With the band, she was a Composer in Residence at the Seaside Institute and has toured internationally, often doing more than 100 shows a year. She was also a founding member of the all-girl band Farewell Angelina, a five-year journey that included a record deal and a country radio tour. 

She has a Bachelor’s degree in English and History from Emory University and a Master’s in Mass Communication from the University of Georgia. In previous lives, she was a Marketing Director, magazine editor and punk rock frontperson. She served on the Atlanta Board of the Recording Academy and is the Vice President of the Board of Historic Nashville, Inc. Her other passions include horses, architecture, city planning, the First World War, travel and performing.