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Erin with the team

Natural Progressions with Erin Ford

Erin Ford graced the Song Talk Radio studio to play some tunes from the upcoming release of her CD Natural Progression, a project 8 years in the making. We also chatted about:

  • how her 10-piece band brings a collaborative element to her music
  • seriously cool chord changes
  • the use of vivid imagery in lyric writing

Erin’s links:

Website erinford.ca

Facebook Page www.facebook.com/ErinFordandTheGoodLife

Facebook Profile www.facebook.com/ErinLFord

Twitter www.twitter.com/erinthegoodlife

Instagram www.instragram.com/eringoodlifeford

YouTube www.youtube.com/erinfordcanada

Tony Burns on using double entendres in your songwriting

Singer-songwriter Tony Burns shares his fun but sensuous, blues-inspired tunes and talks about taking part in various singing communities.

Other great topics in this show include:

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Melanie with the Song Talk Radio team

Melanie Peterson, aka Mary Poppins with a broken heart

Melanie treats the team to two live performances, talks about duality and contradictions in her songs, and asks the ultimate Facebook quiz question, “Is your guy good on paper?”

We also talked about:

  • Pat Pattison’s songwriting seminar on youTube
  • writing from a title
  • crowdfunding for your album on indiegogo

Anything can happen when it’s the All Hosts Show!

Bruce, Neel, and Phil overcome many obstacles to present a song each, and then glorify each other with mountainous heaps of unqualified praise.

Neel presents a song inspired by a songwriting webinar held by songwriting coach Alex Forbes,  Bruce plays his classic hit “Survivor” live in the studio, and Phil talks about writing on bass and what it means when you’re writing to a 1-3-5 chord pattern for his first song with the Parkdale Hookers.

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