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Alan Rhody will stop into Kitchener downtown this Sunday April 25 to chair an NSAI Waterloo London Workshop designed to benefit anyone interested in improving their craft of Songwriting, learning more about the music business, and getting to know a fantastic human being! He wrote "I'll be true to you" by the Oak Ridge Boys (Platinum Record), and has had cuts by George Jones, Lorrie Morgan, Kevin Welch and Del McCoury". He has shared music with John Prine, Valdy, Murray McLauchlan, to name a few. Check him out at www.alanrhody.com to learn more! Cost to attend $10 per person. This will include your song critiqued by Alan in a group setting. This is an NSAI Waterloo London Meeting that is open to the public. There is an OPEN JAM being held at a club across the street that starts at 3 pm and runs to 6. Alan may play a couple songs before he heads out back to the United States. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday April 23 to ensure a spot!
SONGWRITER SUMMIT, Conference and Seminars all day
NSAI Toronto Chapter Open Mic and Showcase
Across from the Eaton Center, downtown
The Robin Hawkins Band will be returning for a rockin' country encore weekend performance Thursday - Saturday.
Bio: NSAI Regional Chapter Coordinator for Waterloo / London, Ontario Canada
David has been playing music since the age of 5. Competent on both Piano and Guitar David is primarily a focused songwriter. Influences from Country, Classic Rock, Folk and Blues formed a unique style of percussive and rhy...See Full Bio
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