How To Write A Broadway Song

November 13, 2013

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Write a Broadway song for a musical by expressing either an emotion or an action that will move the plot forward for different characters. Consider the chorus and verses of a Broadway musical song using advice from a professional musician and actress in this free video on songwriting.

Expert: Athena Reich
Contact: http://www.athenareich.com
Bio: Athena Reich is a professional musician, actress, artist, singer, songwriter and coach for all of the above.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller

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American Country Music Artists, Gary Morris, shares his advice to aspiring singer/songwriters.

Morris is known for the 1983 ballad “The Wind Beneath My Wings”, although his credits include more than twenty-five other chart singles on the Billboard country charts, including five No. 1 hits. He has also released nine studio albums, with his 1983 album Why Lady Why having earned a gold certification from the RIAA.

For more stories behind the life and songs of today’s top artists, visit http://www.realliferealmusic.com

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American blues singer and pianist, Marcia Ball, shares advice to aspiring singer/songwriters.

Marcia was described in USA Today as “a sensation, saucy singer and superb pianist… where Texas stomp-rock and Louisiana blues-swamp meet.” The Boston Globe described her music as “an irresistible celebratory blend of rollicking, two-fisted New Orleans piano, Louisiana swamp-rock and smoldering Texas blues from a contemporary storyteller.”

For more stories behind the life and songs of today’s top artists, visit http://www.realliferealmusic.com

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American blues singer and pianist, Marcia Ball, shares advice to aspiring singer/songwriters.

Marcia was described in USA Today as “a sensation, saucy singer and superb pianist… where Texas stomp-rock and Louisiana blues-swamp meet.” The Boston Globe described her music as “an irresistible celebratory blend of rollicking, two-fisted New Orleans piano, Louisiana swamp-rock and smoldering Texas blues from a contemporary storyteller.”

For more stories behind the life and songs of today’s top artists, visit http://www.realliferealmusic.com

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Part of “The Actor’s Studio” aired in 2005