Creating a Resume
for Songwriting Jobs
A resume for a singer or a
songwriter is really not
that different than a
resume would be for any
other job, such as a
journalist or jingle writer.
You simply need to tell
about your singing or
and what qualifies you for
the role. Mention all the
you've worked on, what
type of songs or writing
you specialize in, what
type of work you're looking
for, and of course, the
best way to reach you.
Include any music or
songwriting courses or
seminars you attended, as
well as any experience
you have writing songs
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Songwriters, Lyricists and Writers
Fortunately for songwriters and
lyric-writers, more and more
recording artists today don't write
songs. Perhaps they should be
thankful for all of TV's singing
competitions, which seem to churn
out more and more great singers
who need to get songs written for
them by songwriters like you.
Even some of today's top artists, such
as Rihanna or Carrie Underwood,
don't write most of their own material.
Since music-marketing began, the
image of Recording Artists has been
more important than who wrote the
song, and this has created a bigger
role for songwriters.
Many record companies, music
publishers and producers will all at
times employ songwriters, lyricists &
co-writers to write and create original
songs for their Recording Artists.
Getting a full-time or part-time job as
a songwriter may be ... continued ...
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