- 1. 01 - Helen Steve Mina - Unrequited 3.29 6 plays
- 2. 02 - Rich Tamara Phil - Salad Of Life 1.16 3 plays
- 3. 03 - Alan David Cleo Michael - I Signed Up For A Workshop 2.03 5 plays
- 1. 01 - Matt Percy Trevor - Live In Hope 2.46 20 plays
- 2. 02 - Claire Morag Sujesh Siobhan - Fools Paradise 3.42 35 plays
- 3. 03 - Steve Adeline Caroline - Positive Outlook 3.51 14 plays
- 4. 04 - Helen Leonardo Jim - Life 3.00 11 plays
- 5. 05 - Colleen Lawrence Cliff - Hope 2.54 13 plays
- 6. 06 - Natalie Stephan David - Paper Aeroplane 2.25 9 plays
- 7. 07 - Michael Rob Tamara Ali - Someday The Sun Will Shine 1.55 7 plays
- 1. 01 - Percy Liam Cliff - Sunrise 2.23 15 plays
- 2. 02 - Trevor Peter Pete - Angel On Our Case 2.43 8 plays
- 3. 03 - Tim Sylvana Maurice - Meet Me At The Pub 2.22 6 plays
- 4. 04 - Emma Danni Ady Freya - Malala 2.59 5 plays
- 5. 05 - Sam Steve Adeline - You Shook Me Girl 3.06 2 plays
- 6. 06 - Mina Richard Lorraine Andy - You Are My Inspiration 3.11 15 plays
- 7. 07 - Derek Pete Pauolo - I Want It 2.54 5 plays
- 1. 01 - Percy Trevor Marion Rory - Let Me Breath 3.42 26 plays
- 2. 02 - Matt Larry John Angela - Searching For Faith 3.21 19 plays
- 3. 03 - Tim Skopje Frank Helen - Faith Is Always Trying 2.14 13 plays
- 4. 04 - Morag Dani Daniel Karen David - Time Spent Alone 4.01 37 plays
- 5. 05 - Vipasna Awele Vini Johnny - Morning Sun 3.15 24 plays
- 6. 06 - Sylvana Tamara Leonardo Michael - Bouncing Back 2.54 22 plays
- 7. 07 - Derek Emma Rob Martin - Bright Lights 3.15 9 plays
- 1. 01 - Bridget Percy Alessandro - Let It Go 3.57 4 plays
- 2. 02 - Cliff Richard and The Onlookers - The Only Day That Matters 1.55 8 plays
- 3. 03 - Dom Tamara Stephan - How Lucky Was Your 2013 3.08 2 plays
- 4. 04 - Tim Adeline Trevor - Rain Or Shine 1.53 3 plays
www.LondonSongwriters.co.uk has been running monthly in Central London since 2009 and is a community where lyricists and composers of all abilities and ages can meet informally to share their passion for the craft. You do not have to be an accomplished performer to attend.
There is no better feeling than learning and practising new techniques to express yourself in your chosen endeavour. These 5-star-rated, facilitated, practical workshops are designed to help you do this with fun collaboration exercises and presentations on aspects of songcraft. By attending the workshops you are guaranteed to learn something new and meet potential friends and collaborators.
London Songwriters also provides an opportunity to get valuable peer feedback on your own songs, whether complete or works in progress. These can be played with an accompanying instrument or via MP3 or CD.
Occasionally we have industry guest speakers and special collective performances at festivals or charity events.
Above all, the meetups are about enjoyment and a safe space to try out your ideas in an unpressured and friendly environment.
The meetups are organised and facilitated by Murray Webster, an MMus Graduate of Bath Spa University and experienced songwriter.
What they say:
“I have now attended five of these. As with the other four this one was a delight.”
“Murray puts a lot of effort into running a smooth event making people of all abilities feel at ease and confident to play their new songs.”
What a brilliant few hours spent sharing and writing and playing, thanks so much to everyone for a great Sunday....!!!!
“Loved it! it was like the anti-X-factor: no competing, no hurtful criticism, simply a bunch of open minded musicians with a passion & talent for music suppporting each other :) I will come again!”
“It was a great experience! Really good for my confidence and to meet nice, talented people.”