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All About The Song Cabin

The Song Cabin was originally created to offer safe space for unsigned songwriters within the music industry. 

So many songwriters have been scammed into sending large payments for promotional services which never materialised. 

I know of one young lady who paid $10,000 and got nothing in return. 

We are here to offer a fair playing field to all. Our services may not be the cheapest but are of a consistent and professional standard. 

We are here to offer a fair playing field to all. 

Our services may not be the cheapest but are of a consistent and professional standard. 

As with most things in life, the best is not always the cheapest, but the cheapest can prove far more costly in the long run.

 Having a network of Facebook friends and acquaintances within the music arena we noticed a large amount of talented people not being 

allowed to get their feet on the music ladder due to a number of factors.

Singers who were in need of some support with great songs that went unnoticed in competition, great singers with weak songs and producers 

who struggled to attain radio ready tracks that would probably let them down in further competitions or for radio airplay. 

We are now in association with Phase5Records Global Group and we get regular airplay for our client’s from our association with Wrekin Radio (Shropshire)

With this in mind, Peter Last originally came up with the idea to create a group of talented team members to offer help 

and advice in this area and with a fair and proportional representation of the needs within a large, and fast moving environment. 

It was never intended for the Song Cabin to compete with the  other big names and well established music services, 

but we could offer a more down to earth understanding of a client’s needs. 

Some clients wanted to submit to the Synchronizations industry for film and TV, but had little experience, whereas some of our 

members had and knew what to look for in a sync brief. 

Our members were thus able to offer each other a helping hand with this and other issues.

Most of our writers can write to a brief.

 

We are able to offer male and female singers alongside professional music production to an industry standard level 

and already gained an MIS accreditation (music industry standards). 

We also offer song and production critiques to our clients.

This would include other services such as music production from an industry standard producer. 

 

One of our regular producers, Paul Baggott has worked with Channel 4, Austrian TV and many other well established businesses. 

All of our regular producers including Paul also offer unlimited demo revisions to ensure complete satisfaction with the produced track. 

The track will be mastered and he will also provide an instrumental version. 

Plus a karaoke version of the client’s track on request.

 

This proved very popular at my own daughter’s wedding with over 400 guests taking part in a song that one of the members wrote and sung. 

Paul is also capable of interpreting a lyric musically if the lyricist has little or no musical abilities.

 Within the Song Cabin we are also developing a fully featured song catalogue that we believe is unique to the music industry,  

All of our members are ether songwriters, singers or producers and most have made monetary investment into this 

with some fantastic advertising and the offer of services. 

Patrick Rydman

Artist, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist.

Best experience as a musician? Generally speaking it is the creative process itself, creating something out of nothing. From a little idea to a finished song.

Notable achievements?
Nominated for the Swedish Grammis awards (our version of the Grammy) with Vocal Ensemble Amanda. Two time recipient of the STIM awards (STIM is Sweden's PRO).

Neil Murray

Songwriter, lyricist, guitarist and producer

How did you get into music?
It began with the Sixties and all that decade entailed. I have been playing music for 50 odd years.

Notable achievements?
Singing “Come On England” (2004), which charted at #2 in the UK national charts. Watch us on TOTP here. I have also issued over 17 albums.

Tazmin

Composer, songwriter and producer

How did you get into music?
Tazmin grew up in China where she first started singing in talent shows.

Notable achievements?
Her Debut EP ‘Trapped’ peaked at number 16 in the iTunes charts, with her follow up EP ‘Powerful’ climbing further to number 11 in early 2018.

Frank Ball

Guitarist, producer, arranger and vocalist

How did you get into music?
In South Louisiana watching my father and grandfather play.

Best experience as a musician?
Working with renowned saxophonist Jon R Smith.

Notable achievements?
Late night jams with Roosevelt Sykes in the 60s, jams with players from Edgar Winter's White Trash in the 70s

Paul Baggott

Producer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist.

How did you get into music?
At home with a Spanish guitar and an old Marconiphone reel to reel tape recorder.

Best experience as a musician?
Hearing one of my tracks live on The One Show

Joseph Brown

Songwriter and guitarist

Best experience as a musician?

While travelling through France I asked a group of musicians if I could play them one of my songs on their guitar, they repaid me with a pack of cigarettes, I was a none smoker.

Maria Lee Carter

Vocalist

Peter Last

Lyricist and songwriter.

Best experience as a musician?
My best success so far has been having one of my tracks appear in three of the Billboard charts simultaneously including the indie top twenty.

Notable achievements?
My music has received many salutations in various songwriting competitions, often making the semifinals and last time the finals in the UKSC

Mick Lee

Songwriter.

Shaun Tonks

C.E.O.

Ben Robinson

Songwriter.

Tanaka Mupinga

Artist, Singer-songwriter and Producer
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