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Slide 1: ==== ==== For Great information on music check this out http://atlantasongwriters.com ==== ==== Without question, songwriters are the lifeblood of the music industry. Without songs, record companies wouldn't have a product to put out so that all of us could make them rich while enjoying the most appealing sound we know--the sweet sound of music! Songwriting can be extremely lucrative for persistent and talented people and great songwriters are always in demand by major music publishers who are always on the prowl for new talent. Then why is it that so many parents aren't supportive at all of their children's' desire to pursue a songwriting career or any music career for that matter? On one hand I understand a parent being concerned over the future of their children's' lives because music can be a cutthroat business. But so are many other career paths, and to squash a child's dreams of having a music career because of parents' selfish hopes that their children will become doctors and lawyers is beyond anything imaginable and just about the most hypocritical scenario I can think of. These same parents are the ones cranking up the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack on their old turntables connected to their Pioneer surround sound systems most every weekend, doing their best John Travolta dance imitation while upsetting the neighbors, and telling everyone how great the Bee Gees songwriting on the album was, and how the album defined that particular era. So the message parents send their kids is, it's okay for someone else to make music for the whole world to enjoy as long as it's not their child. These aspiring songwriters face many other hurdles later in life. It's not uncommon for family and friends to snicker and sneer behind a songwriter's back wondering when the songwriter's going to get a real job and quit chasing the pipe dream. To be successful at songwriting it takes much determination and hard work, virtues that would automatically be respected in most every other career. The truth is, songwriters need moral support from their family and friends more than from any other source and there generally seems to be a shortage of virtues such as optimism, patience, and understanding from these family members. For those of you who have shown never-ending support for your significant other, bless you. For those of you who can't understand why your significant other is still trying to make it as a songwriter, and you can't wait for them to finally give it up for your own selfish reasons even though your songwriter is a responsible, caring person, you need to reconsider your actions and desperately need to hug and thank your songwriter before it's too late!
Slide 2: For those of you friends and family members who have supported a songwriter by watching them play and by buying their 5 song EP's even though the music damaged your chihuahua's ears, bless you. For those of you who call yourself friends when all you do is talk behind the songwriter's back wondering when is this person gonna' get a real job and forget this foolishness, you need to trash your CD collection because every single artist on your CD shelf went through the same hard times to even get noticed! On second thought, take your CD's out of the wastebasket, but only if you take the time right now to thank a songwriter. Songwriters have all been influenced and educated by other songwriters, and for this reason, all you songwriters out there should thank another songwriter. Folks, family members, and friends, the time has come to show these songwriters our undying support. They're the ones making music for our enjoyment. It's time to thank a songwriter. Orlando Gutierrez is a former Warner/Chappell Staff songwriter who dedicates most of his time to his website, http://www.songwriteradvisor.com in order to provide innovative songwriting tips and techniques to give songwriters an edge over the competition in an ever-changing music industry. Visit the website, look at the free 7-step songwriting blueprint, and sign up for your free monthly newsletter "Tune Sleuth" today at: http://www.songwriteradvisor.com (c) Copyright - Orlando Gutierrez All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Orlando_Gutierrez ==== ==== For Great information on music check this out http://atlantasongwriters.com ==== ====

   
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