Successful Hit Songwriting

Rule One 

Song Introductions Matter Most

by David Brogan (c) 2012

  • A song starts at the beginningThis is the single most important element to consider for today’s potential hit songwriter. Glaringly obvious we might say, but there are still those who would have you thinking otherwise. They would have you believe that the song’s single most important element still remains in either the chorus, the title, or the song’s major hook – (if this is not the title itself). In the past when radio and television ruled the airwaves, this advice was most probably correct. But things have changed recently.
  • Write songs that are primarily Internet friendly – not Radio friendly. The rules have changed. Audiences are now primarily searching for and listening to their music online – Youtube, Spotify, iTunes, Pandora, ReverbNation, Myspace, and a variety of other social media platforms. The major difference…

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