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Louisa Branscomb and Friends, to Host Mastercraft Songwriting Series #1

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Louisa BranscombBluegrass, Americana, and folk legend, Louisa Branscomb and her professional friends, will host 'Mastercraft Songwriting Series #1' at Jim Oliver's Smoke House atop Monteagle Mountain, TN. Louisa Branscomb, multi-award winning songwriter and presenter, is known for her powerful workshops that take songwriters where they are in their development and assist them in deepening and polishing their work. She will be joined by well-known bluegrass music recording artist and songwriter, Donna Ulisse, as well as top Music Row publisher/song-plugger, Sherrrill Blackman, and PR and networking guru Marla Sitten to deliver a master songwriting intensive from the best in the business. In "Mastercraft Series #1," you will be actively involved in the songwriting process from inspiration, to craft, to delivery to the industry.

The workshop is limited to just 22 participants so songwriters are encouraged to sign up early to insure they get a place in the program. Her program is appropriate for all levels of expertise and songwriters are invited to perform one of their songs at the Friday showcase. Spotlight showcase winners will also be able to perform on the Saturday show.

Bring your notebooks, ideas, scraps from the drawer, pens and pencils and even an instrument. Every participant is encouraged to send one song in MP3 format for consideration for the Songwriter Spotlight. Song submissions, with you singing it, may be sent to louisabranscomb@yahoo.com

The Songwriting Workshop is just $300/per person. Sign up now at www.SuccessfulSongwriting.com and remember that for lodging there are special promotional rates starting at $49/night at www.TheSmokeHouse.com . Cancellation Policy - This is a "first come, first served" basis and the workshop fee is non-refundable. Attendees should note that the cost of the workshop Does Not include food or lodging.

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