Creating a Resume
for Songwriter Jobs

A resume for a song
is really not that
different than a resume
would be for any other job,
such as a journalist.

You simply need to list
experience and what
qualifies you for the role.
Mention  writing projects
you've worked on, what
type of songs you write,
what type of work you're
looking for, and the best
way to reach you.  

Include any music or

courses or
seminars you attended, as
well as any experience
you have
writing songs
and lyrics
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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 new 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 and producers will at
times employ
songwriters &
lyricists to write and create original
songs for their
Recording Artists.

Getting a job as a songwriter
can be as easy as search ...
and get hired!
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