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May 13, 2019

2nd Annual Mountain Songwriting Retreat

The 2nd Annual Mountain Songwriting Retreat

May 13-17, 2019 in Capon Springs, WV

featuring Dave Nachmanoff, Ronan Chris Murphy and Kevin Quinn


Recording Boot Camp is proud to present The Mountain Songwriting Retreat, a unique experience where songwriters get together in a beautiful West Virginia mountain resort to learn, collaborate and jam. The featured instructor is international recording artist Dave Nachmanoff, whose work both as a solo artist and long time collaborator with the legendary Al Stewart is known around the world. In addition to working with Dave, we have internationally renown producer and writer, Ronan Chris Murphy, who has worked on hundreds of albums for artists around the world including Dave Nachmanoff’s “Step Up” album. His recent co-writes with the band GWAR made the Billboard charts in the US and Canada.  Kevin Quinn is best known for writing songs for Target ads, High School Musical and other Disney faves. 

The Mountain Songwriting Retreat includes a private room for 4 nights, 3 all-you-can eat meals a day, workshops and most resort amenities at the beautiful Capon Springs & Farms resort. Capon Springs is an old school mountain resort from another era. The resort is only 90 minutes from Washington Dulles Airport, but a world away.

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