Helping Songwriters & Lyricists Succeed in the Music Industry
By Marianne Harper
which recording artists would sound best
singing your songs.   The next step is to
know which artists
don't write their own
songs.  You'll stand a better chance of  
songwriting success if you focus on
getting your songs & lyrics to  Recording
Artists who don't write their own songs.

When you have selected the most
suitable
Recording Artists, and you're
ready to start sending out your songs and
lyrics,  then it's time to get the contact
information and the current addresses
for the recording artists you've selected.  
You can find this information in some of
the
songwriting industry magazines,  or
you could get the music-industry's
annual Song Marketing Kit,
which comes with the
Recording Artist Address
Directory and over 250 of today's
top-selling recording artists to
send your songs and lyrics to.

The Annual Song-Marketing Kit
and  
Recording Artist Address
Directory
are essential for
songwriters and lyricists who
want to get their songs and
lyrics to Recording Artists. The
kit includes step-by-step
instructions on how to get
your
songs
& lyrics to the recording
artists that can turn your songs
into money-making hits.   

For more information on this
year's annual
Song Marketing
Kit and Recording Artist
Address Directory
, click  here.
Submitting Your Songs & Lyrics to Recording Artists
As you know, a lot of recording artists
don't write their own songs or lyrics,
and rely on
songwriters and lyricists
like you for new, original songs.  The
challenge for most
songwriters,
especially beginners, is how to get  
your songs & lyrics to the
recording
artists
who could turn them into
money-making hit songs. Well, the
good news is that it's not as difficult
as you might think.  Generally, your
first step is to determine which
recording artists are best-suited to
your
songs and lyrics.  As the song-
writer
,  you would probably know