Songwriter Stories, songwriting interviews

Songwriter Stories


In celebration of our first two years as a podcast, we've created a new Songwriter Stories Music Sampler at Spotify, featuring some of the best songs from the guests we've interviewed so far. 

We'll continue to grow this playlist so you can enjoy tunes from all of the new songwriters we host in the future. 

We've started things off by choosing three songs from each artist.  We hope you enjoy and share the music!

Songwriter Stories is pleased and proud to be included in PlayerFM's September 2019 list of the "Best Songwriting Podcasts."  With only eleven episodes under our belt, we feel we're just getting started!  Thanks, PlayerFM!

Also, we've been spotted in Feedspot's "Top 20 Songwriting Audio Podcasts and Radio You Must Subscribe and Listen to in 2019."  The list was shared by Traveling Rockstars and we're honored to make the cut.

On episode two, we interviewed Detroit power pop songwriter, Nick Piunti.  His new record, which we discussed during the podcast under its working title, is called "Temporary High," and it's available virtually everywhere on CD, vinyl and digital download. 

Filled with Nick's usual flurry of catchy hooks, strong guitars and cool lyrics, the album is getting fantastic reviews.  In fact, the title song was just declared "The Coolest Song in the World" on Little Steven's Underground Garage.  Support this deserving indie artist by getting yours now, wherever you shop for music.

Tony Macaulay, our very first guest on 03/25/18, is the subject of a new compilation album.  Teensville Records has released Reach the Top: Rare Gems from the Tony Macaulay Songbook 1965-1974.  (Special thanks to my friend, Alan of Alan Haber's Pure Pop Radio, for pointing it out to me.)  It contains a whopping 28 tracks written or co-written by Tony that until now were hard to find, as performed by various artists, plus a 16-page color booklet.  I just ordered mine.

Our podcast is now available to listen and subscribe on many content discovery sites. We've made it ultra easy to find us wherever you podcast.  Just go to our Apps page, then tap any logo to go directly to the Songwriter Stories page on your favorite listening app or web site.

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