Spotify Ep. 8. West Coast

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Greetings, fellow Songwriters!

Here we have another cool playlist for this year – Ep. 8. West Coast. This playlists consists of submissions we had over the course of the last few months from our members from West Coast provinces. Be sure to give it a listen by clicking here and, as always, subscribe for updates!

The featured artists and songs are below:

 

Alexandria Maillot – Messed it Up

Release Year: 2018

Performed by: Alexandria Maillot

Written by: Alexandria Maillot

Produced by: Samuel Hewson Woywitka, Alexandria Maillot

Source: CDBaby

 

Edie Daponte – Sliver of Time

Album: Alegria

Release Year: 2019

Performed by: Edie Daponte

Written by: Edie Daponte

Source: CDBaby

 

Josh Bogert – Dad’s Car

Release Year: 2019

Performed by: Josh Bogert

Written by: Josh Bogert, Andy Delisi, John Mavrogiannis

Produced by: Sean Fischer

Source: CDBaby

 

Ria Jade – Wild Things

Release Year: 2019

Performed by: Ria Jade

Written by: Ria Jade

Source: CDBaby

 

Chamelion – I Love You for You

Release Year: 2019

Performed by: Chamelion

Written by: Chamelion

Produced by: Chamelion

Source: Chamelion

 

Kim Thompson – Game of Love

Release Year: 2019

Performed by: Kim Thompson

Written by: Kim Thompson

Produced by: MCC Studio

Source: Kim Thompson

 

Songwriters Association of Canada posts songwriter related news and events as a resource to members. Publishing these posts does not imply that the S.A.C. endorses the teacher, product, service, or company.

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S.A.C. International Women’s Day Focus: Salome Bey

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She’s won awards for her stage work – singing, acting, and writing. She toured the U.S. with her brother and sister, billed as Andy and the Bey Sisters. The sibling act also toured Europe. Touring brought Salome Bey to her soon-to-be-adopted country, Canada, in 1961. She would settle here permanently some five years later.

Salome Bey was born in Newark, one of nine children, on October 10, 1933. Bey played music from an early age, but didn’t release her own records until 1970, when, perhaps making up for lost time, both CBC and Canadian Talent Library (with Quality Records) each put out eponymous Salome Bey albums. To add to that confusion, some, but not all the cuts appear on both records.

Starting with “Spring Thaw” in Toronto in 1969, Bey performed in stage musicals through much of the 1970’s, bouncing between New York City and Toronto. She recorded vocals on a couple of Horace Silver albums in the early 1970’s. Galt McDermot’s record label, released “Songs from Dude” in 1972. He wrote the songs which Bey sang in her lead role in the Broadway production.

Bey found success on and off Broadway, winning an OBIE (Off-Broadway theatre award) for “Love Me, Love My Children.” On Broadway, “Your Arms Are Too Short To Box With God” resulted in a Grammy nomination for the original cast recording.

In 1978-79, Bey wrote and starred in “Indigo,” a musical production about the history of Black music. She also played a string of European jazz festivals, and some of this material was released by Radio Canada (French CBC) as “Jazz Canada Europe” in 1979. Bey’s voice can also be heard on some live recordings by The Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir.

Continuing to celebrate the history of Black music, Bey, wrote and directed shows featuring Black female blues singers, including Madame Gertrude, about Ma Rainy which starred Jackie Richardson. “Sweetmama” was a staged biography Ethel Waters.

Salome Bey wrote and directed shows that showcased black female blueswomen — a play called “Madame Gertrude” (about Ma Rainey, the mother of the blues, and starred Jackie Richardson), also a play called “Sweetmama” (about the life and times of Ethel Waters)

Dubbed “Canada’s First Lady of the Blues,” Salome Bey received the Order of Canada award in 2005.

Sadly, she began showing signs of dementia in her 60’s, and she will not be able to perform in public again.

Blog post by Erik Twight

Erik Twight is, at present, a Freelance Writer, maintaining a web presence specializing in current affairs, history, photography and music and producing a weekly podcast/radio show arranged thematically and with commentary for fun. Click here to read more.

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Playlist:

Song: Washed Away
Written and performed by: Salome Bey
Album: I Like Your Company
Source: Duke Street Records

Song: Untitled Love Song
Written and performed by: Salome Bey
Album: I Like Your Company
Source: Duke Street Records

Song: I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
Written and performed by: Salome Bey
Album: I Like Your Company
Source: Duke Street Records

Song: Young At Heart
Written and performed by: Salome Bey
Album: I Like Your Company
Source: Duke Street Records

Song: Am I Blue
Written and performed by: Salome Bey
Album: I Like Your Company
Source: Duke Street Records

Song: A Kiss To Build A Dream On
Written and performed by: Salome Bey
Album: I Like Your Company
Source: Duke Street Records

Song: Warrior
Performed by: SATE
Written by: Saidah Matthews, Thomas McKay
Produced by: David Click Cox
Album: Red Black & Blue
Release Year: 2016
Source: Discogs

Song: Know My Name
Performed by: SATE
Written by: Saidah Matthews, Hill Kourkoutis
Produced by: David Click Cox
Album: Red Black & Blue
Release Year: 2016
Source: Discogs

Song: Mama Talk To Me
Performed by: SATE
Written by: Saidah Matthews, Thomas McKay
Produced by: David Click Cox
Album: Red Black & Blue
Release Year: 2016
Source: Discogs

Song: The Answer
Performed by: SATE
Written by: Saidah Matthews, W.Mccord
Produced by: David Click Cox
Album: Red Black & Blue
Release Year: 2016
Source: Discogs

Song: Dirty Little Lie
Performed by: SATE
Written by: SATE, Hill Kourkoutis, Merna Bishouty, Ricky Tillo
Produced by: David Click Cox
Album: Dirty Little Lie
Release Year: 2019
Source: YouTube, Discogs

Songwriters Association of Canada posts songwriter related news and events as a resource to members. Publishing these posts does not imply that the S.A.C. endorses the teacher, product, service, or company.

 

S.A.C. Black History Songwriters Series: Dan Hill

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How does one describe the creative force driving Dan Hill? Nominated for a Grammy for Best Male Vocal, winner of a Grammy (as co-producer of “Seduces Me” on Celine Dion’s 30 plus million-selling “Falling Into You” album), winner of five Juno Awards and the Harold Moon Award (Canadian Lifetime Songwriting Achievement Award), Dan has recorded and released multiple gold and platinum albums.

Imagine this; you’re in your early twenties, you wrote and performed one of the biggest songs of the year. Not even Canada – big, but a monster seller in America, where artists would cover the song within a year and more cover versions would be released over the coming decades. To your father, you’ll never be Bruce Cockburn, and your success doesn’t mean much to the author and renowned Black Canadian civil rights activist. In about 30 years, you will come to terms with your relationship by releasing the record and the book “I Am My Father’s Son.” Bittersweet?

Dan Hill, best known for “Sometimes When We Touch,” grew up in one of Toronto’s inner suburbs, the son of American social activists and brother to two future authors. Lawrence Hill (The Book of Negroes) and his late sister Karen were both prominent Canadians, and Dan’s father Daniel G. Hill’s activism brought him to serve as the first full time Director of the Ontario Human Rights Commission in 1962. He married fellow civil rights campaigner Donna Bender in 1953, becoming one of Toronto’s first few mixed race couples. Needless to say, expectations were high when it came to the Hill children.

Born in 1954, Daniel Grafton Hill IV started playing guitar as a kid and was playing Yorkville coffeehouses while still a high school student. RCA Records signed him as a songwriter for a few years until Hill managed to leave RCA and release his first album on the Canadian GRT label in 1975. The eponymous debut yielded a Canadian hit, “You Make Me Want To Be.”

A couple of years later, Hill recorded a ballad he wrote at 17, when he felt insecure in a relationship with an older woman. “Sometimes When We Touch” was, of course, a massive success. It reached #3 in Billboard’s American charts, #1 in Canada and cover versions came quickly, from Tina Turner in 1978 and Cleo Laine in 1979, with many more versions to come.

Dan Hill went on to record more hits, including “It’s A Long Road” from Rambo’s debut, “First Blood” (recorded for the movie). “Can’t We Try?” was Billboard’s Adult Contemporary song of the year in 1987, and another big hit came the following year with “Never Thought (That I Could Love).”

Hill’s flair for composing epic songs led him to work with stars like Celine Dion (for which he won a Grammy). He has worked with many other modern hit-makers, such as Britney Spears, 98 Degrees, Michael Bolton and The Backstreet Boys.

Despite his five Junos, other awards and millions of records sold, Daniel Sr. seemed unimpressed with Dan’s achievements. After some success with country music, his father gave him grief for working in a racist genre. Rebelling against this, Hill described feeling indifferent about his own mixed race as a kid, and perhaps even postponing contemplation on this aspect of his identity, as a response to his always race-conscious father.

Oddly, Dan found himself in the throes of writer’s block in 2003 following the death of his father. He has described how sad times had previously inspired him to pick up a guitar and write, compounding the frustration of not composing.

In early 2009, Hill published I Am My Father’s Son; A Memoir of Love and Forgiveness. He has written for Macleans and elsewhere about other struggles in recent years; with his own son, the deaths of his father, mother, and sister, as well as prostate cancer, diagnosed shortly before a concert.

2010 saw the departure of lifelong friend and sometime musical collaborator Paul Quarrington. Hill also released his c.d. “Intimate” that year.

While he is best known for sweeping ballads, Hill’s folk / coffeehouse background led him to a variety of collaborations. He has worked with Nova Scotian Joe Sealy on “The Road” from the latter artist’s “Africville Suite” c.d.

Dan Hill keeps busy with performing (he was at Hugh’s Room in January) and he announced a deal with Ole (sic) Publishing in mid 2018. Hill also offers songwriting mentoring via Skype, if you contact him through his website, http://www.danhill.com.

Blog post by Erik Twight

Erik Twight is, at present, a Freelance Writer, maintaining a web presence specializing in current affairs, history, photography and music and producing a weekly podcast/radio show arranged thematically and with commentary for fun. Click here to read more.

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Playlist:

Song: Sometimes When We Touch
Performed by: Dan Hill
Lyrics written by: Dan Hill
Music written by: Mann

Song: I Am My Father’s Son
Performed by: Dan Hill
Lyrics and music written by: Dan Hill

Song: You Make Me Want To Be
Performed by: Dan Hill
Lyrics and music written by: Dan Hill

Song: I Fall All Over Again
Performed by: Dan Hill
Lyrics and music written by: Dan Hill

 

Songwriters Association of Canada posts songwriter related news and events as a resource to members. Publishing these posts does not imply that the S.A.C. endorses the teacher, product, service, or company.

S.A.C. Black History Songwriters Series: Lillian Allen

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Writer; Poet; Performer; dub poetry embodies these three characteristics, distinguishing it from singers or poets. As a pioneer in the dub poetry world, Lillian Allen has written, recorded and performed for decades. The Juno award winner has published books, advised community advocacy groups and the government alike on various social issues and now teaches at Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD University).

“Black History Month reminds me of the soulfulness of my ancestors whose vestiges of heritage and culture we carry with us as a people everywhere we go; what an amazing connection this gives us. We are like our own worldwide web. Black History Month calls on not just Black people but our entire country to reflect on and celebrate the resistance, hopes, sacrifices and achievements of Black people & our culture and our vital contribution to human enterprise, both tangible and intangible. It should also be a reminder that unequal societal conditions, marginalization, lack of opportunities especially among a section of our youth, was not always so and can and must be countered with culture, economic upliftment and participation in society’s processes.”

Lillian Allen grew up in Spanish Town, Jamaica and emigrated to Kitchener/Waterloo Canada in 1969 and later moved to New York City to pursue her studies and back to Canada where she settled in Toronto in the mid 1970’s.

Reading and performing her brand of poetry at community events to much accolades, her first of many books, Rhythm an’ Hard Times was published in 1982. Her first recording came out the following year. Active in Toronto’s arts & culture scenes, she collaborated with many musicians and artists.

Allen’s interest in writing and performing dub poetry received a jolt when she encountered the original dub poet Oku Onuora at a 1978 writers’ conference in Cuba. Onuora recorded the first dub poetry album, “Reflections in Red,” in 1979. Music is a fundamental component of dub poetry; the beat, usually reggae, is meant to add momentum to the uttered verses.

Lillian Allen was part of the first wave of dub poets including Mutabaraka and Linton Kwesi Johnson, credited with coining the term in a 1976 article. Johnson later explained he was referring to the rise of “toasting” among Jamaican deejays which developed into chattering or even singing along with extant songs and instrumentals. Dub Poetry is not toasting or “singjaying” though; there is a gravitas to the words which is not a requirement in reggae singing or toasting.

She explains in De Dub Poets her desire “to work within a form whose aim was to increase the dynamism of poetry, to increase it’s impact and immediacy, a poetic form that could incorporate many aspects of other art forms: performance, drama, fiction, theatre” and other elements. Her records “Revolutionary Tea Party” (1986) and “Conditions Critical” (1988) won Juno awards.

Allen co-founded the Dub Poetry Collective in between publishing books and performing live before assuming a new role, as a professor, at OCAD University.

Allen is currently developing a new BFA program in creative writing. The program will include performing, digital art forms and other elements integral to creative expression in 2019.

 

Blog post by Erik Twight

Erik Twight is, at present, a Freelance Writer, maintaining a web presence specializing in current affairs, history, photography and music and producing a weekly podcast/radio show arranged thematically and with commentary for fun. Click here to read more.

 

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Click here to listen to Lillian Allen’s new single on S.A.C.’s Spotify playlist Ep. 5 Black History Songwriters Series

 

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Playlist:

Song: Revolutionary Tea Party

Performed by: Lillian Allen

Written by: Lillian Allen

Source: Discogs

 

Song: Rub A Dub Style Inna Regent Park

Performed by: Lillian Allen

Written by: Lillian Allen

Source: Discogs

 

Song: Conditions Critical

Performed by: Lillian Allen

Written by: Lillian Allen

Source: Discogs

 

Song: I Dream a Redwood

Performed by: Lillian Allen

Written by: Lillian Allen

Source: AllMusic

 

Song: Woken & Unbroken

Performed by: Lillian Allen

Written by: Lillian Allen

Source: Spotify

 

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Happy New Year Everyone! Here we have our first of many playlists for 2019. Ep. 4. New Year, New Playlist. This playlists consists of member submissions we had over the course of the last few months. Be sure to give it a listen and subscribe for updates!

You can check out our Spotify Channel “Songwriters Assoc. of Canada” Here.

You can stream Ep. 4. New Year, New Playlist Here.

The featured artists and songs are below:

Steph Copeland, Russel Louder – Who You Gotta Love

Performed by: Russell Louder, Steph Copeland

Written by: Steph Copeland

Source: Steph Copeland

Freek Van Workum, Steph Copeland – Little Boxes

Performed by: Freek Van Workum, Steph Copeland

Source: Datahead Publishing

 

Michelle Thibodeau – Easy Target

Performed by: Michelle Thibodeau

Written by: Michelle Day Thibodeau

Source: Michelle Thibodeau

 

Sound Activism – Gasoline, Gasoline (The World’s Aflame)

Performed by: Sound Activism

Written by: Franke James, Billiam James, Missy D

Source: The James Gang, Iconoclast Inc.

 

Billiam James – Akathisia (I Can’t Sit Still)

Performed by: Billiam James

Written by: Billiam James

Source: The James Gang, Iconoclasts Inc.

 

Michelle Creber, Baasik, Gabriel Brown – Getting Stronger

Performed by: Michelle Creber, Baasik, Gabriel Brown

Source: Creber, Brown & Co.

 

Sweet SantaFe – Just a Simple Thought

Performed by: Sweet SantaFe

Source: 698124 Records DK

 

Emma Lamontagne – I Don’t Sleep

Performed by: Emma Lamontagne

Written by: Emma Lamontagne, Robyn Dell’Unto

Source: Festival House Incorporated / Fontana North

 

Amir Brandon – Fallback

Performed by: Amir Brandon

Written by: Amir Brandon Zadegan, Rosanne Baker Thornley

Source: Amir Brandon

 

Justine Blanchet – Feelin’ Free

Performed by: Justine Blanchet

Written by: Jennifer Rae Camche

Source: Justine Blanchet

 

Justine Blanchet, Dean Young – Ready to Fly

Performed by: Justine Blanchet, Dean Young

Written by: Dean W Young, Jennifer Rae Camche, Justine Blanchet, Samuel Mendoza

Source: Justine Blanchet

 

Justine Blanchet – Sing Like No One’s Watching

Performed by: Justine Blanchet

Written by: Justine Blanchet, Samuel Mendoza

Source: Justine Blanchet

 

Justine Blanchet – Young Love

Performed by: Justine Blanchet

Written by: Jennifer Rae Camche, Justine Blanche, Terry Robert Fernihough

Source: Justine Blanchet

 

Specyal T – Lady Shame

Performed by: Specyal T

Written by: Specyal T

Source: Independent

 

Pat Reid – Still in Love with You

Performed by: Pat Reid

Written by: Patrick Gordon Anthony Reid

Source: Pat Reid

 

Sam Louis – So Long California

Performed by: Sam Louis

Written by: Sam Ligiliazza

Source: Flying Colours Music, Inc.

 

Nat Jay – Can’t Getcha Out

Performed by: Nat Jay

Source: Nat Jay

 

Tuesday Jam Band – Stars in Your Eyes

Performed by: Tuesday Jam Band

Written by: David R. Petrie, Geoffrey Vankeel Loucks, Robert E. L. Armitage

Source: Virginiavankleek Enterprise Inc.

 

Tuesday Jam Band – Glad You’re Here

Performed by: Tuesday Jam Band

Written by: David R. Petrie, Geoffrey Vankeel Loucks, Robert E. L. Armitage

Source: Virginiavankleek Enterprise Inc.

 

Stacey James – When It’s Not Right

Performed by: Stacey James

Source: Stacey James

 

The Young Novelists – Back to the Hard Times

Performed by: The Young Novelists

Written by: Graydon James

Source: The Young Novelists

 

The Young Novelists – Two of a Kind

Performed by: The Young Novelists

Written by: Graydon James

Source: The Young Novelists

 

Tommy Vixon – Fallen in Love Again (Remix) [Remastered]

Performed by: Tommy Vixon

Written by: Thomas John Hodgson

Source: Tommy Vixon

 

Dana Ben David – Signs (I Wish I Knew)

Performed by: Dana Ben David

Source: Dana Ben David

 

Dana Ben David – Wild Thoughts

Performed by: Dana Ben David

Source: Dana Ben David

 

Rebecca Lappa – Poison Rose

Performed by: Rebecca Lappa

Written by: Michael Hanson, Rebecca Lappa

Source: Radar Love Records

 

Katrina Bishop – Mr. Jealousy, Wanna Be, Rocket Launch, Giddy Up

Performed by: Katrina Bishop

Written by: Katrina Ann Bishop

Source: Grizelda Records

 

Justine Giles – I’m Done, Poppy

Performed by: Justine Giles

Written by: Justine Erin Giles

Source: Justine Giles

Lexxicon – Waistline

Performed by: Lexxicon

Written by: Angelo Robb

Source: Lexxicon

 

Katie Marti – Not a Love Song

Performed by: Katie Marti

Written by: Katherine A. Marti

Source: Katie Marti

 

Steve Sofferin – The Game

Performed by: Steve Sofferin

Written by: Steven Craig Sofferin

Source: Steve Sofferin

 

Angela Saini – Black Sheep

Performed by: Angela Saini

Written by: Angela Elizabeth Saini, Lori Ann Kelley

Source: Angela Saini

 

Sheila Soares – Our Kisses Melt the Snow

Performed by: Sheila Soares

Source: Independent

 

Sweet SantaFe – Just a Simple Thought

Performed by: Sweet SantaFe

Source: 698124 Records DK

 

Sarah Noni – For You

Performed by: Sarah Noni

Source: Independent

 

Joe Mathieu – Wisdom, Love me or Leave Me

Performed by: Joe Mathieu

Written by: Joseph Wayne Mathieu

Source: Joe Mathieu

 

Songwriters Association of Canada posts songwriter related news and events as a resource to members. Publishing these posts does not imply that the S.A.C. endorses the teacher, product, service, or company.

Spotify: Ep. 3. Happy Holidays.

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For the third and final instalment of our playlist for 2018 we have combined member submissions and festive songs to get you in the mood for the holidays! We can’t wait for you to hear the songs featured below. Don’t forget to check back regularly and hit that follow button on Spotify to keep up-to-date with everything.

To hear Episode 3, click Here

The featured songs and artists are below:

 

Maya Rae – I’m Still Waiting for Christmas

Performed by: Maya Rae

Written by: Steven Hardy

Produced by: Steven Hardy

Source: Maya Rae Music

 

Megan Schroder – If I Don’t Make It Through This Christmas

Performed by: Megan Schroder

Written by: Steven Hardy, Gwen Swick

Produced by: Steven Hardy

Source: Gerrard Street Records

 

Francine Honey, Beth Neilsen Chapman – Snowflakes on My Eyelashes

Performed by: Beth Neilsen Chapman, Francine Honey

Written by: Francine Marie Honey

Source: Francine Honey

 

Steven Hardy – Nothing out There but Snow

Performed by: Steven Hardy

Written by: Steven Hardy

Source: Gerrard Street Records

 

Sonja Gustafson – I’m Still Waiting for Christmas

Performed by: Sonja Gustafson

Written by: Steven Hardy

Source: Gerrard Street Records

Songwriters Association of Canada posts songwriter related news and events as a resource to members. Publishing these posts does not imply that the S.A.C. endorses the teacher, product, service, or company.

Spotify: Ep. 2. Toronto.

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Back at it with another Spotify playlist! For Episode 2 of our series we’re showcasing members that recently attended our Toronto Pro SongWorks Camp. We can’t wait for you to hear the songs featured below. Don’t forget to check back regularly and hit that follow button on Spotify to keep up-to-date with everything.

To hear Episode 2, click here.

The featured songs and artists are listed below:

 

Cassie DaSilva – Welcome to My Castle

Performed by: Cassie Dasilva

Written by: Cassandra Dasilva, Fintan O’Brien, Ian Alexander Smith

Produced by: Michael Wise

 

Andrew Allen – Loving You Tonight

Performed by: Andrew Allen

Written by: Andrew Allen, Robin Ghosh

Produced by: Ryan Stewart

 

Andrew Allen – What You Wanted

Performed by: Andrew Allen

Written by: Andrew Allen, Ryan Stewart

Produced by: Ryan Stewart

 

Shawnee – Mirror Me

Written by: Shawnee, Justin Forsley

Produced by: Shawnee, Justin Forsley
Shawnee – Warrior Heart

Written by: Shawnee

Produced by: Tim Thorney, Shawnee

 

Candice Sand – Just So You Know

Written by: Candice Sand, Rob Wells, Naomi Shobha

Produced by: Rob Wells

 

Candice Sand, JRDN – Go On

Written by: Candice Sand, Bobby Gerongco, Sammy Gerongco, Terrence Lamb, James Smith

Produced by: Kuya Productions INC Team

 

Toito – Lights On

Performed by: Toito

Written by: David Awkright, Justin Toito, Ryan Cranston

Produced by: Ryan Cranston, Justin Toito, David Awkright

 

Kiki Rowe – Trust Issues

Performed by: Kiki Rowe

Written by: Dijon McFarlane, Keandra Lal

Produced by: Mustard, Yung Billy

 

Kiki Rowe – Enough

Performed by: Kiki Rowe

Written by: Darius Logan, Dominique Logan, Keandra Lal, Lisa Scinta, Paloma Ford

Produced by: Blaq Tuxedo

 

 

Kiki Rowe – Use You

Performed by: Kiki Rowe

Written by: Keandra Shan Lal, Martin Alexander Pitt

Produced by: Pitt Tha Kid

 

Steve Kroeger, Skye Holland – Coastline

Performed by: Steve Kroeger, Skye Holland

Written by: Sophia Mock, Steve Kroeger

Produced by: Steve Kroeger

 

Steve Kroeger – Wasted

Performed by: Steve Kroeger

Written by: Steve Kroeger, Sophia Mock

Produced by: Steve Kroeger

 

Cassie DaSilva – Rough Cut

Performed by: Cassie Dasilva

Written by: Cassandra Dasilva, Laurell Barker, Ryan Stewart

Produced by: Michael Wise

Songwriters Association of Canada posts songwriter related news and events as a resource to members. Publishing these posts does not imply that the S.A.C. endorses the teacher, product, service, or company.