Code-switching means speaking in different ways to different audiences. We "speak" country, rock, pop, jazz, hip hop, and unique genres. CodeSwitcher song "Ninety-Nine Heartaches" was placed in the film, "Milk and Honey." International airplay continues to grow, especially in Italy. Song "99 Heartaches" picked up for Nashville artist. "Gimme One Good Reason" recorded by female country artist in Nashville. "Angel Things" went number one in Australia. "The Best Kitchen Dancer" was recorded on a Nashville project. "Dinah Might" recorded by male country artist in Nashville. Rockabilly song picked up for film project. "No One Ever Said" licensed to McDonald's. "No One Ever Said" licensed to Olive Garden. Children's album "Noggin Knockers" recognized for excellence by American Library Association.  

  • Member Since: 2018
  • Last Login: 9/25/2022

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CodeSwitcher
over 30 days ago to CodeSwitcher

Just posted my vintage song "It Won't Be Over. Dusty Springfield meets Patsy Cline on the way to Connie Francis' house. https://www.broadjam.com/songs/code switcher/it-wont-be-over-updated



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CodeSwitcher
over 30 days ago to CodeSwitcher

Have you ever noticed that when someone asks if you'll accept some constructive criticism, THEY are the ones who get to decide if it is constructive? Robert Frost said, "A poem cannot be worried into existence." NEVER accept critiques of your songs unless they are from someone who will license the song if you make some changes.

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CodeSwitcher
over 30 days ago

I just got an unasked-for and negative critique on a song I have licensed 10 times.



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CodeSwitcher
over 30 days ago to CodeSwitcher

Every single song I have ever had licensed, released on radio, or signed with a publishing company had been criticized to the point people thought I should not pitch them.

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CodeSwitcher
over 30 days ago

You are right. Thank you. Don't die with your music in you.



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