Artist Highlight – Mandy J

"I want to introduce you to a songwriter in our community who has been a real bright spark of positivity and encouragement to myself and many others in the group. I appreciate her willingness to share her songwriting process and find ways to build up the people around her." - Rigel, our community founder.

Mandy J is from the sunny southeast of Ireland.

What do you do during the day?
During the day I am super mum, full time mother to three wonderful children. I am also studying to be a mindfulness life coach. I continue to write and practice already written songs for my up and coming album. Busy schedule, just the way I like it.

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Artist Highlight – Dave

A word from our founder, Rigel: "It has been an absolute joy getting to know Dave over the last year or so. I have learned a lot from this guy, from the heartfelt way he approaches lyrics, to his thoughtful song arrangements. Dave doesn't simply have a good songwriting habit, he cranks out completed songs at an incredible rate. I am inspired."

Meet Dave

Dave is from Lichfield, Staffordshire, UK

Dave is from Lichfield, Staffordshire, UK.

What do you do during the day (job, student, etc.)?

Day job is an unrelated admin job within an office supplies company.

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Artist Highlights May 2020: Marena and Mo

"The more important a call or action is to our soul's evolution, the more Resistance we will feel toward pursuing it." –Steven Pressfield, War of Art.

I am so dang encouraged by the high level of participation happening inside the membership right now. We are on our seventh 100-day challenge since we started in the Spring of 2017. By day 60, the daily postings usually have waned, but we are still going strong! I am proud of everyone who is hanging in there.

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Highlights Reel: Fall 2019 – Day 30

This is the 100 Days of Songwriting highlights reel from our first month of the Fall 2019 100 day challenge. This is also our first highlights reel ever!

I am so encouraged by the ten songwriters who submitted their work—got a little teary-eyed listening to everyone's heart and soul coming through these speakers.

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