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Issue 10.1 - April 2007
ISSN 1480-6975

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I n   T h i s   I s s u e :

@-- Editor's Musings
@-- Music Reviews - Chip Withrow, Gian Fiero, Francesco Emmanuel,
                    & Alex Jasperse
@-- New Artist Spotlight Additions
@-- Songwriting Book Review - by Ed Teja
@-- Musical Notes - Songwriting Contests & Market Info.
@-- Muse's Clues - Songwriting Web sites that inspire - brought
    to you by singer/songwriter & teacher, Irene Jackson.
@-- Featured Article - How Important are Press Kits:  Marketing
                       and What you Must Know - by Jaci Rae
@-- On Site Featured Article - An article already online for your
    viewing pleasure.
@-- Classifieds & Useful Services
@-- Contact information
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E d i t o r ' s   M u s i n g s :

Hi folks!  Welcome to another Muse's News and thank you for
sticking with us. :)  

This issue of the newsletter is mostly geared towards the
business end of things.  I know we've had some newsletters that
focus more on the creative side and while I do like to mix and
match, I thought it was time for me to get you some resources
that can help improve your earning potential a little.  I know
how hard that can be!  So Irene Jackson's Muse's Clues, for
instance, focuses on finding new ways and new niches to sell your
CDs and promote your music.  Jaci Rae's Featured Article talks
about putting together the perfect press kit.  And Ed's book
review this month focuses on improving your lyrics with a healthy
dose of anecdotes from famous songwriters.  There are also a
bunch of new contests you can enter, and Jaci Rae's Indie Guide,
normally over $25, is now on sale for a limited time for just
over $10!  We'll have a review of her book and accompanying
contact guide in an upcoming newsletter.

In the meantime, here are the raffle winners for this month:

* Amanda Villa from Englewood, CO, has won a copy of 
Virtual Studio Systems' Lyricist software

* Sue Cyr from Raymond NH, has won a copy of's Musician's Toolkit CD

* Madalyn Sklar from Sugar Land, TX, has won a copy of 
Bronson Herrmuth's "100 Miles To A Record Deal"

* Gloriann Northcraft from Olympia, WA, has won a copy of
"Lyrics: Writing better words for your songs" By Rikky Rooksby
(reviewed below)

If you'd like to be considered for a raffle prize in the future,
please do contact me and let me know what raffle prize you're
interested in receiving.  They're all listed at . 

Until next time...

All the very best,


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M u s i c   R e v i e w s : Chip Withrow, Gian Fiero, 
                            Francesco Emmanuel & Alex Jasperse


Gian Fiero:

* Mimi & Teft
* Elizabeth & The Catapult
* Owen Sartori
* Kate Schutt
* South Border - Episode III
* Kelly Sweet
* The Jeremiah Houston Band

Alex Jasperse:

* Monkeysoop
* Teddy Presberg
* Half In Twilight
* Paul Headon
* Mark Kerr

Francesco Emmanuel:

* Tracy Millar
* Captain Starr
* Fulano
* Frank Villafañe

Chip Withrow:

* Sky Smeed
* Kiyoshi Foster
* The Nyquist Frequency
* Emma Jo


For bios on each of the reviewers, see . If you're considering
sending in your own CD for review, you can also view that page to
find out which reviewer reviews your genre. Thanks!

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N e w   A r t i s t   S p o t l i g h t   A d d i t i o n s :  

Great music is only a click away!  
Here are just some of the great CDs highlighted in the 
Artist Spotlight section of The Muse's Muse at 

Mark Evans - Genre: COUNTRY

Mark Evans is a truly gifted songwriter in the mold of Billy Joe
Shaver and Kris Kristofferson. He nailed a publishing deal on his
first trip to Nashville and completed his forthcoming CD on his
second trip. Titled I Crawl Out, Mark Evans' debut disc will be
released in England and America.


Mark DuBerry - Genre: ELECTRONIC

The music on 'Head Room' is rich and complex and is mostly
instrumental, with some atmospheric vocals. Acoustic and electric
guitars feature throughout along with electronic instruments and
strong rhythms. World flavours come together with dance,
progressive rock, jazz and ambient influences to produce a lush,
vibrant and powerful sound.



Ranging from stripped-down Americana ballads to fully
instrumented rock pieces, All I'll Never Need showcases John
Amen's gift for melody, unique voice, and powerful lyrics.
Sometimes stark and haunting, other times triumphantly
celebratory, these songs offer proof that Amen is an invaluable
addition to the current musical landscape.

S o n g w r i t i n g   B o o k   R e v i e w : by Ed Teja

Lyrics: Writing better words for your songs
By Rikky Rooksby
As a songwriter, whether your goal is to create songs that will
stand tall in the extremely competitive market, or the personal
satisfaction of having written a better song than you've ever
written before, understanding what makes lyrics tick, the
mechanics of how they work in a song, is going to help. Rikky
Rooksby has made a study of the lyric-writing process. He is the
author of books on the songs of a number of famous songwriters,
as well as of other songwriting books and music "how-to" books.
In this book, he has combined some of his ideas and conclusions
about the lyric-writing process, and presents them in a way that
can help take your writing in a new direction.

The balance in writing how-to books (books that will sell) is
always between the practical and entertaining. If the book is
nothing but a series of steps and exercises, readers might lose
enthusiasm. If it focuses on clever pronouncements and theories,
or just anecdotes, it risks being less than truly useful. This
book walks that balance beam nicely. Adding to its entertainment
value, yet without straying from the theme at all, are numerous
interviews with songwriters, ranging from David Crosby, to Rodney
Crowell (writer of hit songs for artists such as Willie Nelson
and the Oak Ridge Boys), to Jerry Leiber (of Leiber and Stoller
fame). Conducted by various interviewers, each interview takes
you inside another successful songwriter's perspective on writing
lyrics, including both what works and does not work — for them.
And Leiber's story of writing "Hound Dog" is certain to put a
smile on the face of anyone who likes happy stories about
songwriting. In addition to complete interviews, there is a
generous sprinkling of apt quotes from songwriters from Don
McLean to John Lennon that add even more perspective on this
difficult art/craft.

When engaging the nitty gritty core of ways to improve lyric
writing, Rooksby lets the reader see how and where various
techniques come into play. Perhaps even more important, he raises
issues that are not talked about all the time, but have a
significant influence on the song you end up with. For example,
while hyperbole is often used in pop music, he contends that
understatement can also be a powerful and effective tool. The
author's rule is: "...the more emotive your subject the more
understated, even indirect, you can afford to be." The examples
he gives make his point well, and perhaps open the door to a new
way of looking at the subject you are crafting lyrics about.

Along the way, he gives his take on the anxiety of imperfect
rhymes ("In practice, few songwriters now worry about this...")
and provides tips for lazy lyricists, such as the use of parallel
phrasing. Other important facets that he wants you to realize
come into play as you craft words for a song include lyrical
intent, themes, the use of nonsense, writing for other singers
(an important item that could use even more coverage) and using
words as sound. There are chapters dedicated to more complex
techniques, such as telling stories in songs, painting pictures
with words, and the contemporary state of the art, that are
extremely well done and should get you thinking more deeply about
some critical songwriting mechanics.

It wouldn't be fair to say that studying the material in this
book (or any other book) will make you a better songwriter, but
it certainly will give you a better working understanding of many
of the factors that go into creating lyrics for hit, or just
better, songs. And, if you are at all interested in how other
songwriters work, it's also a fun read.

Ed Teja lives in New Mexico, USA, writing songs and
instrumentals, and trying to find them loving homes. Performing
since the early 60s, he has appeared at strange venues in Hong
Kong, Canada, St. Martin, Bequia, Venezuela, Grenada and
Trinidad, as well as the Silver City (New Mexico) Blues festival
in 2003, and the Tucson (Arizona) Folk Festival in 2006. Working
as a magazine editor and freelance writer, his articles appeared
in magazines ranging from Pro Sound News, BYTE magazine, to
Import/Export, and with book reviews in THE SOUTH CHINA MORNING
POST, and The Midwest Review of Books.

Find out more about Ed at:
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M u s i c a l   N o t e s : Songwriting Contests & Market Info.

In the interest of conserving space, I will only be including
changes to this listing in this newsletter.  All other contests
and market information that have already been listed here, are
displayed at & . Please check there
regularly for updates!

This is the international contest that gets songwriters noticed -
one past winner just went platinum after being signed by Simon
Cowell. Prizes include publishing deals, gold discs, songwriting
software, free music organisation subscriptions, music books,
Music Diplomas (use the letters DipMus after your name), career
development packages and lots more. All winners and some runners
up and finalists will feature on the "UKSC Best of 2007" CD.
Every year finalists and winners are widely featured and
interviewed on national and international radio, TV and press
leading to many recording, management and publishing deals and
opportunities for contestants. International entries are welcome.
More info and entry forms at
Deadline: June 30, 2007

We Are Listening has teamed up with Combustion Music Nashville
for an awesome opportunity for aspiring lyricists – The Lyric
Writer Awards! Each year, four writers will be selected by our
expert panel for exclusive co-writing and publishing
opportunities. Combustion Music will identify a Nashville staff
writer to set music to the winners' lyrics and shop the song to
their extensive network of major label artists, managers and
publishers. Details:
Deadline: 9th May 2007

For a limited time only, North Shore Records, Inc, in celebration
of tour season and music success has put The Indie Guide on sale
for $10.95 plus shipping. The normal cost is $25.95 plus
shipping. In addition to the 190-page book, The Indie Contact
Guide, which contains thousands of contact names, address, email
addresses, phone numbers and contact names will be included. 
To Your Music Success!

Download's free and easy Copyright Kit. Print
Copyright forms, Copyright submission process, handy tips &
tricks, choosing the right form, and more. 

We Are Listening has brought together an exceptional panel of
judges for the third year of The Singer/Songwriter Awards. Six
gifted artists will be flown to London for a luxurious weekend
stay at myHotel Bloomsbury and an exclusive recording session
with producer Steve Williams (Sting, Eric Clapton, Seal) at
Sphere Studios. Selected songs will also be non-exclusively
represented by We Are Listening and supported through global
digital distribution, sync. licensing administration and radio
promotion. Details:
Deadline: 1st May 2007

Music Gorilla works with Bands, Musicians, Artists and
Songwriters to get their original material into the eyes and ears
of industry members who have the ability to take their careers to
the next level. We work with Reps from Major Labels, Indie Labels
and Film Studios. Our artists get access to free submissions for
film, TV and video games, they are eligible for free live label
showcases, digital distribution with MSN and Loudeye and more. We
don’t take any piece of any deals made on our site, and have had
many successes including placement, songwriting and publishing

Muse's Muse artists get 10% off of memberships!
Just enter the promotional code "muse" during registration.
of the first StageNoise Songwriting Competition. The competition
aims to discover new songwriting talent, currently writing in the
musical theatre/cabaret style, and to give them international
exposure through our website and podcast.
Deadline: June 30, 2007

Pete & Pat Luboff will pay for the phone call for Muse's Muse
songwriters who use the Luboffs' songwriting consultation
service. The service provides detailed, constructive song
analysis, answers to all your creative and business questions and
references to contacts when appropriate. Visit for more information.

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M u s e ' s    C l u e s :  by Irene Jackson

©1998-2007 Moonstone Productions All Rights Reserved. 
Used By Permission

Years ago I met a songwriter who had found success in a way that
I had never thought of, and I don't think she had either!  She
belonged to a New Age organization (you remember New Age;
crystals, chanting and chakras and all kinds of interesting
stuff) and at an event she was attending one day, she decided to
perform one of her original songs.  Her lyrics incorporated many
of her beliefs and what she was learning, so she thought it might
appeal to the audience.  Well, one thing lead to another, and the
next thing you know she was recording her songs and selling her
CD's at these gatherings all over North America.  Who'd a thunk

She was asking my opinion of her songs at the time, and I
certainly helped her out, but I was more fascinated with her
story.   It made me realize that we often focus too narrowly on
the world of pop and rock, of radio stations and record labels,
when it comes to our songwriting.  There are other ways of
finding success.  For instance, I don't know what the situation
is these days, but it used to be a real coupe to get your song
performed on a kid's show like Sesame Street, and children's
performers have often done very well selling thousands and even
millions of albums and selling out shows. 

So it brought a real smile to my face to stumble across a website
called "Science Songwriters Association"
(!  And guess what they do?
They write songs, give performances and release recordings, all
to promote various aspects of science, whether it's ecology (The
Banana Slug String Band), the universe (The Big Bang Band),
chemistry, or what have you.  I'm not kidding.  Go to the website
and check out the Find Songs section.  That will lead you to the
websites of all of the songwriters and groups, where you can
listen to their recordings and order their CD's.

Well, that sparked my interest, and so I dug a little deeper and
also found a website called "Songs For Teaching"
(, which focuses entirely on
using songs as a way to educate kids in all of the
subjects...math, languages, reading, science, and more.  On this
particular website, you have to pay to order the CD's but when
you go to the ordering pages of each album you can find samples
of some of the songs.  I particularly enjoyed "Stone Soup" from
"Math Magic for ages 3-7". 

These two websites are aimed more or less at educating kids
through music, but that is only one possibility in a world of
many.  Like my friend the songwriter who ended up selling more
CD's than I ever will, maybe we have to look beyond the obvious,
or maybe there are opportunities right in front of our noses.  If
you have a passion (other than songwriting, of course!), perhaps
there is a way to put the two together and come up with something
new.  Even beyond that, I'm hoping that this article will
encourage you to open up your mind to anything and everything
that's out there. 

And maybe it'll just inspire you to write a song about
paramecium. :) 

Irene Jackson is a performing songwriter from Victoria, BC in
Canada. Aside from writing, recording and performing, she also
maintains a website for songwriters that includes tips, articles
and a songwriter's messageboard.

Songwriting Tips:
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F e a t u r e d   A r t i c l e : by Jaci Rae © 2006

How Important are Press Kits:  Marketing and What you Must Know 
I get asked a lot about press kits.  People want to know how to
present them, what's in them, etc.  I have been asked over and
over again to write articles on the subject, so here you are: a
brief crash course on press kits.

Your press kit is your calling card.  It will introduce you and
your band to the people you need to help move your career forward
before they meet you or hear your music.  Make it interesting,
exciting and entertaining.  Make it attractive.  Make it
something that will capture their attention and make them want to
see, read and listen to what you've sent.

Your press kit should include reviews you have received for
shows, information on current venues, and any reviews from your
new CD when they are available.  Include a head or group shot
(black and white is the least expensive, but color really catches
the eye), a bio (if you don't have a bio, create one, or get
someone to create one for you), a cover letter, a CD, and a
business card.  

Your cover letter, should be limited to one page and should be
packed full of concise well formatted information.  Try to limit
your press kit to 7 or 8 pieces of information.  You don't want
to overload them and you want to save some excitement for later!
Keep them a little curious.  

You'll want to compile three types of press kits: one for major
labels, one for distributors, and the other for Radio PD/MD's.
(In my book, The Indie Guide To Music, Marketing and Money, I go
into much greater detail on how to present the different press
kits to each one. And incidentally, it's on sale for a limited
time right now for only $10.95! See the Musical Notes section
above for more details.)  The order you place the information in
your folders is equally as important to the reader as the content
is to you.  They know what they're looking for.  Your enclosures
should go in the following order starting on top:

Press Kit for Major Labels
On the left side of the folder:
Business card (attached to the folder)
Cover letter
Head shot/Group Shot

On the right side of the folder:
Reviews (most current on top)
Any press
Lyric Sheets (very important to many A&R personnel.  If you
already have them in your CD jacket don't repeat them with
another enclosure unless they specifically request separate lyric
sheets.  Save on postage.)

Press Kit for Radio PD/MD's
On the left side of the folder:
CD (possibly two, depending on the type of station – more on this
in my book.) 
Business card (attached to the folder) 
Cover letter 
Head shot/Group Shot 

On the right side of the folder:
Bio Reviews (most current on top) 
Any press

A word of advice: Certain labels will not accept unsolicited
material no matter what you do.  Generally, you'll need an
entertainment lawyer or manager to submit to them on your behalf.
Other times major labels have an established relationship with a
verifiable industry contact that must represent you.  Warner
Brothers is one of those.  Before you send any press kit, you
need to get permission first.  If you don't get permission, your
product has a very low probability rate of ever getting to its
destination and even less of a chance of getting read and
listened to.   

There are musicians who think that their music is the only thing
that will speak for them.  They believe that their music alone
will open the doors to major labels. It won't.  That is just the
plain truth. You must have a proven track record as well as a 
"certain" style and look.  It is, after all, the first thing they
see before they ever listen to your music.  This is a money
making business.  The majors are in business. They may think
you're the nicest person in the world, but they still want to
make money off of you and your contract.  They aren't really
interested in taking a risk on what you think is the best music.
Your CD and ticket sales will inspire them.  

So make sure that you do your work!  Get listed with Soundscan.
Keep a record of all the airplay you receive (which stations are
playing you), and sell, sell, sell before you submit to labels.
Your statistics are equal to you being a low-risk prospect for a
major label.  You'll have already proven yourself!  And, more
importantly, you'll have a much better shot at opening the doors.  

After you have sent your press kit, make sure to follow up with a
phone call to make sure your press kit has arrived safely.  Then
wait three weeks before you begin follow-up calls.  Don't just
send the package and expect them to call.  Remember, they get
hundreds of packages from musicians just like you every single
week.  Follow up and get noticed – but don't become a pest or
they will ignore you.  It's a fine line and you will know it when
you speak with them.  Once you get a response, whether you like
the answer or not, politely thank them and send them a thank you
card for their time.  They will remember you and you may have
perhaps gained an ally for the future!


Jaci Rae's grit and determination have brought her from an
impoverished childhood to a career as an award-winning singer,
No. 1 best-selling author, keynote speaker, radio show host and
entrepreneur who has toured around the world. Jaci is the author
of 'The Indie Guide to Music, Marketing and Money' as well as 
'Winning Points With The Woman In Your Life One Touchdown At A
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    " O N   S I T E "   F E A T U R E D   A R T I C L E :

While this particular article is older, I thought it was still
very relevant and well worth reading:

The Hit Song Puzzle by James Linderman James gives some hints on how to look at your songwriting from the publisher's point of view.
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