If you’ve ever gotten within 500 miles of Nashville (poetically or otherwise) you’ll know someone who’s been touched by Barbara’s craft. It might even be you. An avowed lover of songwriters and songs, she’s been teaching people the song ropes for 36 years, and playing them, herself. The host of the Open Mic at the infamous Bluebird Cafe, as well as the lead instructor at full-up Play For Publishers workshops, she’s got a lot to say about human-scale music.
Come join us as we chew on it all, together, with you.
A FULL hour ahead of us Monday for this chapter of #howtobeaheroforindependent music. Take this opportunity to talk with Barbara and me.
Willa Mamet Music
MONDAY January 27 at NOON TWENTY!!!!!!!! Pacific
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One Monday a month at noon (this month at 12:20!!) I host How To Be A Hero for Independent Music, an ongoing conversation about just that: keeping human-scale music living and thriving. It's all based on the viral essay of the same name, up there on my blog, No Word Wasted (link in bio). The point is to leverage and convect our knowledge for the good of all the music spreading and growing. Sometimes it’s me running my mouth on topics such as house concerts or DIY booking (both on facebook and soon YouTube) and frequently I’ve got a guest whose brains you can pick on any number of wonderful musical topics. Join us!
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