As another year of ASCAP Experience closes, the company wanted to share a few standout moments from this past year’s sessions to keep the inspiration flowing through the New Year!
Stuff your creative stockings with these magical morsels from ASCAP Experience 2021:
- Greg Kurstin (co-writer/producer of Adele’s “Easy on Me”) reveals how a love of jazz has helped him in his pop career
- Phylicia Fant (EVP, Columbia Records) shares how a knock on a stranger’s door led to a powerful mentorship at the beginning of her career
- Lorne Balfe explains how he dove deep into Russian music to develop the main themes for Marvel’s record-setting film Black Widow
- Allison Ponthier talks about how Barbarella and Little Shop of Horrors inspired her queer cowboy aesthetic
- Composer Siddhartha Khosla (This Is Us, Only Murders in the Building) gets candid about how he learned to negotiate for the value of his music
- Savana Santos of Avenue Beat talks about why hustle and artistic vision have to underpin the release plans for your music
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