Thanks So Much!

To everyone who came and participated in this October workshop we say thank you! Everything went off without a hitch and we’d like to thank some specific people. Thanks to Luke and Paisha for volunteering their time to help out with all kinds of things during the day your support has definitely not been forgotten! Thanks to all of the partners especially Six String Concert Series and Greater Columbus Arts Council for which this workshop would have been a lot more difficult to pull off without. A big thanks to Columbus Songwriter’s Association, Natalies Coal Fired Pizza, Jazz Arts Group, Songs At The Center, and WCBE 90.5 Jim Coe Maggie Brennan and the rest of the crew. We are already in planning for next time around in March, please check out our Facebook page for more updates and happenings and save the date for March! onlinecswsavethedate

A Few Days Away/Updated Schedule October 29th

We’re just a few days away and sign ups are rolling in. Thanks so much so far for everyones interest in the workshop. We are all about grass roots and building this thing from the little baby we started just a few years back. Please remember to sign up HERE at the “Pre-Register” link for the discount (if you sign up Day Of it will be $5 more). We realized there was a typo on the schedule so here is the updated version. Also, Jesse Henry and The Shaws class have been switched. Also if anyone signed up for the “open mic” that will be included in the Song Sharing section of the day. We’re working on updating our website with that edit asap. workshopscheduleoct2016ver2

Thank You Sponsors!

We would love to give a shout out to these great organizations. Please check each one out individually as they are all a very strong part of what makes this event happen and what makes the Columbus Songwriter Community strong. Remember to click the “Pre-Register” link to get your discounted rate today as spots are filling up for October 29th workshop at the Jazz Academy at Lincoln Theatre.SSC LogowcbegcaclogojazzartsgrouplogoPrint image Eric Gnezda