Canadian Songwriters Score Internationally

LeBlanc, Larry
April 2002
Billboard;4/13/2002, Vol. 114 Issue 15, p58
Trade Publication
Reports that Canadian music publishers are increasingly seeking to place their songs with international hit acts. Aim to have songwriters co-write with international acts and songwriters; The unprecedented international gains of Canadian songwriters; Songwriters such as Dan Hill, Stuart Brawley, and Stephan Moccio; View of Moccio regarding why Canadian songwriters are becoming successful internationally; Artists for whom the writers wrote songs, including Celine Dion and Nelly Furtado.


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