1. Diego
    November 6th, 2012 @ 10:40 am

    Thanks, nice post.


    • Nick
      April 9th, 2013 @ 4:16 pm

      You’re welcome


  2. Tanis Propst
    August 3rd, 2013 @ 1:15 pm

    I just read your 37 rules and they made sense to me, so I might have a shot at this! I had just written a son. You know, one of those that pops into your head and you run to grab a paper and pen before it goes away. After I read your “rules”, I did a little tweeking and it’s much better now–thanks to you! Now I have to go back to the others I’ve written.
    Who knows? You might even hear one of ’em someday! (No splitting royalties, though!)


  3. Jerry
    June 22nd, 2014 @ 9:34 pm

    Hey—What is the normal fee for an agent to charge to promote someone’s songs—


  4. Cat
    November 13th, 2014 @ 3:00 pm

    I enjoyed the post ! Awesome for direction. I tend to get lost some where in the middle of most of my songs. Writing is something I do for myself and rarely share. As a matter of fact, my husband and I have been together 3 years and he only recently discovered that i sing (pretty darn good apparently ;) lol ) and i used to play guitar and write songs. I always did so in private and never really developed my skills. As a result, most of my songs have been lost in time. However, this past month I opened up to him. I explained how truly passionate I am about music and singing. Up until this point i was embarrassed because he is a musician I consider to have much more talent than me. He had been performing in a band since he was 14. When i finally got over myself and showed him some of my stuff he said he was JEALOUS OF ME because I was so talented as a vocalist. To shorten this and make my point – we are now working together to make music. And I’ve been holding on to just a few songs that have stuck with me over the years. This advice will help so much. Ps. ~ #23… Beach Boys reference? I read the words as lyrics to a beach boys song. Lol


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