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November 17, 2004

Time: 5:30 - 7:00PM

THE ROVING SONGWRITER: MAKING IT EVERYWHERE

The world has changed. The location of a songwriter no longer dictates style, co-writes, or the possibilities for exploitation. New York songwriters, and their songs, are in demand throughout the world. We have two of the most effective and most respected "song experts" joining with two songwriters who have proven that the Phillipines and Nashville, Los Angeles, and London, Madrid and Japan, are not as inaccessible as we had once thought. Our panelists will disclose the opportunities, and the methods, of finding homes for songs which might in another day have not found their way past Hellsgate.

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Panelists

Jeff Cohen
Songwriter, Publisher, Producer

Jimmy Santis
Songwriter, Publisher, Producer

David Gray
Director of International A & R: SONY Music

Ruby Marchand
President, Ruby Marchand, Inc./Consultant: Warner Music International

Peter Thall, Esq.
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