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Spots Still Available for Fall Smokin' Hit Songwriters Retreat/Seminar

Smokin' Hit Songwriters SeminarSmokin’ Hit Songwriters Seminar is an inspiring, fun and refreshing approach to living your music dreams. The Smokin’ Hit Songwriters Seminar will be September 7, 8 & 9, 2012 with Dave Gibson, Daisy Dern, John Wiggins, Alex Harvey & Marla Sitten at Jim Oliver’s Smoke House on Monteagle Mountain in TN (right off of I-24, exit 134, located 90 miles East of Nashville and 45 miles West of Chattanooga).

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

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.

Smokin' Hit Songwriters at the World Famous Smoke House

Smokin' Hit SongwritersSmokin Hit Songwriters workshop will be held March 16, 17 & 18th, 2012 at The World Famous Smoke House on Monteagle Mountain, TN, right off of I-24, exit 134. The cost is $195 (does not include food or lodging). This spring, Smokin' Hit Songwriters Series will be hosted by PR and networking guru, Marla Sitten, director of Savannah Music Group, Daisy Dern, with mega hit songwriters, Dave Gibson, Wynn Varble, and Gary Hannan. For more information or to register go to:

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