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A SONG CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE Podcast
February 5 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST
Watch at: facebook.com/homebydark
The latest episode of A SONG CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE podcast was recorded at the Alpharetta Arts Center Black Box, the show can be heard on all major podcast outlets and viewable on the Home By Dark YouTube Chanel and facebook.com/homebydark Funding for this program is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners and presented by Home By Dark, The City of Alpharetta, Fulton County Arts & Culture, and Arts Alpharetta.
Marcia Ramirez marciaramirez.com
Many people have seen Marcia Ramirez performing on stage with artists such as Rodney Crowell, Patty Loveless, Pam Tillis and Tanya Tucker. Now people are discovering Marcia’s own music as she’s becoming an in-demand performer at many venues across the country, such as the world famous “Bluebird Cafe” in Nashville, TN. Marcia is a multi-instrumentalist, as well as one of Nashville’s busiest session singers. Marcia has recorded five solo albums.
Her song, “God and My Girlfriends” is on Reba McEntire’s project, “Sing It Now: Songs of Faith and Hope”, and her song “You Belong in The Sun” is on Jo Dee Messina’s Greatest Hits, garnering Marcia her first Gold Record.
Marcia has also had her songs cut by American Idol finalist Scott McIntyre, Australian Country Music Star Melinda Schneider, Grand Ol’ Opry stars, The Whites, Nashville Star finalist Rachel Williams and many others, including Brandon Rhyder, Supersonic Blues Machine, Leather and Lace, Shari Rowe and Canadian Star Tara Oram. She is currently touring with pop legend Christopher Cross and squeezing in her own shows across the country as well.
A SONG CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE podcast features one-on-one interviews with professional songwriters. Episodes may cover a variety of subjects such as the writer’s background, their introduction to songwriting, the creative process, the demo recording process, pitching songs, the business of professional songwriting, sources of inspiration, and poignant moments in their career. Every show focuses on one song from the writer’s catalog that has had significant impact on the world, the writer, or the host.
For more information about the Alpharetta Arts Center and its upcoming events, visit: www.alpharetta.ga.us/arts-culture