We’ve made it to our final episode of the season. Today we'll follow the journey of an Arkansas native from politics, to Hollywood, to country music: Jason Owen is in some ways a quintessential Nashville story.
What’s Ashley’s writing process like? On today’s episode of This Nashville Life, Ashley tells us about what inspires him, and how he approaches writing — especially how he prepares for writing with an artist.
Every other week, Kelleigh Bannen will provide behind-the-scenes analysis, stories and insight into Music City’s No. 1 export, with help from some of Nashville’s top songwriters, artists, executives and producers.
This week our guests share some super practical tips on how to better use social media to up your branding game ... in other words Marbaloo Marketing’s take on what it means to live “This Nashville Life.”
Publisher Rusty Gaston says, “great songwriters win by perspiration, not inspiration.” He’s practical. And I think you’ll find much of what he has to say applicable to many different careers, not just to publishing and songwriting.
This is part two of our interview with songwriter Nicolle Galyon. While part one focused on “the process,” part two is really about the songs themselves: how they got written, where the ideas came from, and what they mean to Nicolle.
Her songs are clever. And they’re specific. And most importantly, they make you feel something. Grammy-nominated songwriter Nicolle Galyon is a sort of contradiction. A very tall, very blonde, very smart contradiction. She’s self-possessed and collected on the level you might expect fr…