Followed by a Wyatt Easterling Concert w/guest Tony Denikos
Saturday, March 28th, 2pm-4pm Workshop, Break with Chili, Snacks, beverages provided-bring a dish/dessert to share if you like! 4:45pm Concert
The Surge (The Barn)
1988 Kirby Rd,
Late to the party? WALK-IN REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
$30 Workshop only
$20 Concert only
Workshop and Concert - $40 to $50
20% off of both events for SAW Members
10% off of both events for BSA, NSAI and WAMA Members
Bring your songs, bring your questions-this is a not to be missed event! What could be better? How’s about a Wyatt Easterling Concert? There will be a brief intermission after the workshop, beverages and light fare will be provided. The concert will follow with 2014 MASC Winner Tony Denikos opening the show. http://www.tonydenikos.com
What makes a successful song?
Structure of a song
The Etiquette of Co-writing (Splits, demos, expectations)
Demos/production, how to prepare for the studio (Full vs. guitar, piano/vocal)
Music for Film and Television
It is rare that we have a chance to work with one as successful and knowledgeable of so many facets of the music industry as Wyatt Easterling. Wyatt’s career has been full of chart-topping hits including cuts with Dierks Bentley, Joe Diffie, Billy Joe Royal, Paul Thorn, Neal McCoy, Sons of the Desert, Robbie Hecht, as well as writing and singing on "This Time I'm Takin' My Time" for Neal McCoy's album At This Moment. This collaboration launched more than 2 decades of gold and platinum winning releases with Easterling acting as songwriter, producer, executive and/or session player.
Wyatt was also the A&R Director for Atlantic Records and later partnered with Miles Copeland (The Police & Sting) Bugle Publishing Group and Firstars Management
You can learn more about Wyatt and his incredible life, as well as hear his music at: http://www.wyatteasterling.com/index.php
“….I was delighted to hear that he'd stepped back over to the other side of the microphone after years of success as a writer and producer in Nashville! Even as a youngster I loved his songwriting and smooth vocal style but now he has matured into a legitimate triple threat - producer, writer and (this "and" should be in italics for emphasis) performer. Goodbye Hello, is a peerless collection of songs sung with quiet conviction and effortless style." Don Dixon