I’m doing aight..independent #goodmanagement #RGG4Lufe #Everything Gets Better #rdgldgrnaintnothintofuckwith A post shared by King Green 🇭🇹🐸 (@kingxgreen) on On this day in 1987, 30 years ago, George Michael released a new single that would change everything. Michael not only changed the music world with his unforgettable hits, but he also became known for leading the charge for equality and his quiet but impactful charitable generosity.
"Faith," an extremely danceable exploration of sexuality and devotion, was the title track of Michael's debut album as a solo artist that went on to win the GRAMMY for Album Of The Year at the 31st GRAMMY Awards. Plainly put, there will never be another George Michael.
But for festival organizers, safety is always the number one concern.
However, the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas at the Route 91 Harvest Festival has certainly raised new safety concerns and considerations.
With You Tube's new integration, Speed Dating For Songwriters will now incorporate video tutorials and high-quality filming of performances.
So what happens at a Speed Dating For Songwriters event?
"You'll have a collection of go-to metaphors, phrases you use when it's convenient, etc. When you write from a songwriting prompt, it encourages new ways of thinking and gets you out of old habits and overused material." Additionally, songwriting prompts can help you write quicker and be more prepared for the dynamic and often demanding situation of co-writing.
By providing some distance between the writer and the material, creative decisions can — and often have to — be made using a cool combination of gut, poise and wit.
Joining a songwriting group that meets regularly with new prompts each time can springboard your creative output, build your confidence and even surprise yourself.
Spencer even hosts a "5 in 5 Song Challenge," giving songwriters everywhere a chance to jump into the world of songwriting prompts head first.