Discovering Your Songwriting Voice

How do you manage to stand out in a sea of songs? How do you rise above the tide and make a mark with your songs? In this episode, John Chisum pulls back the curtain on how you can do what famous songwriters and singers have done for years by discovering your unique songwriting “voice.” Just like famous authors Hemingway, Twain, Plath, Lewis, and many more have found and developed a unique voice in their prose, songwriters just like you can develop powerful nuance in your songwriting to help you reach the kind of success you desire. You’ll learn three valuable ways to do that:

  • Remembering that writers write and write and write
  • Writers seek to be unique
  • Real songwriters study the mechanics and take risks

John Chisum

John Chisum is a pioneer in the Christian music business, serving alongside people such as Bill & Gloria Gaither, Twila Paris, Paul Baloche, Don Moen, and many more. As President of Nashville Christian Songwriters, John seeks to empower Christian songwriters worldwide to discover and fulfill their call to write.

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