Educated Songwriter Q&A Monday – Interview Question 14: 3 Pieces of Advice For Beginners?

This video is question 14 of a 15-part Q&A series on songwriting and the music industry with Educated Songwriter owner and founder Cliff Goldmacher. For more information visit us online at www.EducatedSongwriter.com or via social media at http or www.twitter.com

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Duration: 243
Published: 2011-06-09 20:49:32
Educated Songwriter Q&A Monday – Interview Question 14: 3 Pieces of Advice For Beginners?

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