Pat Higdon is widely recognized as one of Nashville's most successful "song pluggers," with over 150 top-ten chart recordings to his credit. A Nashville native, he broke into the music industry in the early 70s as a recording engineer at one of Nashville's then more prominent studios, Woodland Sound.
Today, he’s Executive V.P. & GM at Universal Music Publishing Group Nashville.
We talked about building connections in the music business, the crazy things people to do get songs cut, what makes a good song, and more.
Demos Reviewed: Harvey Keene, Highway, Nicholas George, The Uglistick, MojoMama, Offering, and Debe Welch.
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