We’ll talk about all hooks and how to get them into your songs. Live on CJRU1280AM Toronto or listen to the live-stream at SongTalk.ca…
Patrick Ballantyne stopped by to pull apart two of his fave songs. The open and emotive “Cowboy” by Randy Newman, and “Somewhere” from West Side Story by Stephen Sondheim and Leonard Bernstein.
Stuff we talked about:
- Patrick Ballantyne’s website
- Randy Newman “Cowboy” Lyrics
- Somewhere Lyrics
- Northwood Records
- West Side Story
- Randy Newman
- Leonard Bernstein
- Somewhere TAB
- 11 o’clock number
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Popular guest co-host and guest on Song Talk Radio, Patrick Ballantyne dropped by the studio to share two of his well-crafted songs. “Where Things Used to Be” is great example of the skillful combination of melody, structure, and lyrics to evoke a strong feeling of longing in the listener.…
Bruce, Neel and Phil were all happy to have Patrick Ballantyne back in the Song Talk Radio studio for the third time. He always brings great songs (listen to “Make Believe” and “Sky” for proof) and lots of experience to share about the songwriting process for our listeners.…
Its a special Collaborating Show as Northwood Records artist Patrick Ballantyne stops by and we get into all the details about collaborating: how to share the royalties (evenly) and general best practices for successful experiences.
The Songwriters Association of Canada (S.A.C.) is a Canadian organization dedicated exclusively to Canadian composers, lyricists and songwriters. Their mission is to develop and protect the creative and business environments for songwriters in Canada and around the world. Have a listen to Patrick Ballantyne, Chairman of the Board, Mike, Music Marketing Coordinator and Shri, International Communications Coordinator, Fair Trade Music International.…
Join the gang as we go over our favourite bits of the last year and lots more stuff!
We talked about:
- songwriting things that Bruce, Neel, and Phil have learned over the past year
- Sean Bertram’s episode and contrast and dynamics in your performances
- Jenny Perez’s episode and her controversial song Mr.