ON The Road – August 14th, 2015
The Songwriter Series with host Steven McClintock is a series of live shows featuring interviews and music from known and unknown songwriters. Get into the minds of the songwriters and explore their process and inspirations and see them perform live. The first show which debuted on November 14, 2013 met with rave reviews and was seen around the world on the live stream.
The On The Road series takes the show from it’s standard venue to locations far and wide.
This special show will be in Simi Valley at Sounds & Grounds “Coffee House” at CSL Simi Valley, 1756 Erringer Road #100, Simi Valley, CA 93065
Complimentary Coffee and Gourmet Dessert Bar & Free Child Care
Tickets in Advance – $10
Tickets at the door – $15
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All ages ok – Doors open at 7:00pm show starts at 7:30
Featured Artists at this show….
[su_spoiler title=”Steven McClintock”]
With over 37 years as a successful musician, this is a sweet time for singer, songwriter, publisher, producer, manager, studio/label owner, Steven McClintock. With over 400 cuts including Tiffany, Robin Schulz/Pingpong, Andy Williams, Juice Newton, Sixwire, ATC, Shiny Toy Guns, The Nelsons, Paul Jefferson, Tumbleweed and more including over 25 films and dozens of TV shows, Steven has been very involved in publishing and management with such writers as Grammy nominee Pamela Oland, multi-platinum songwriter Kevin Fisher, and Grammy nominated Chad Petree and Jeremy Dawson from Shiny Toy Guns. Steven is also co- managing licensing for Shiny Toy Guns as well as for White Apple Tree, Kevin Fisher, Franki Love, Brian Stoner, Spiral Red, Cathy-Anne McClintock, Don and the Roping Dummies and more.
Accolades include a new double Gold CD in Germany for his production and publishing of the song Snowflakes in the hit German film “Kokowaah” starting Til Schweiger, Gold CD for Pingpong/Robin Schulz, 2010 Grand Prize winner of the International Acoustic Music Awards, winner of the 2007 New Music Award for Best New AAA Artist, Best Acoustic Male Vocalist of the Year for LA Music Awards 2007, and Best Acoustic Group for the Orange County Music Awards.
Steven has gold and multi-platinum awards for record sales with Robin Schulz, Tiffany, Andy Williams, Shiny Toy Guns, Berlin, Aaron Tippin, White Apple Tree, ATC, Kokowaah Soundtrack and more.
Steven’s love of music has long been reflected in performance as well as songwriting. He’s sung background vocals with many artists, such as Phil Collins, Carlene Carter, Tiffany, Elvira, John Jorgenson of the Desert Rose Band, Jeff Pearson, Victoria Shaw, Alex Harvey, Rob Crosby, Gene Watson, Don Williams, The Nelsons, Paul Jefferson, and Mark Collie. In addition to these live and television performances, you may have heard him without even knowing it, as he’s sung in over 200 commercial jingles for radio and television.
Steven co-founded SongCatalog.com in 2000, a delivery system for music licensing that is still active today. Most recently, he has embarked on a as a host for a new songwriter series called THE SONGWRITER with host Steven McClintock. The show has been at Saint Rocke in the South Bay, The Pilsner Room in Orange County, and “On The Road” to Houston and El Paso Texas.
Steven is a member of NSAI, NARAS, AIMP, and NARIP, former board member for Far West Folk, National Academy of Songwriters(NAS), as well as founding board member for the newly formed California Songwriter Association.
[su_spoiler title=”Tessa Delee”]
Tessa started songwriting when she wrote her first song “You Better Watch My Brother or He’s Gonna Eat the Cat Food”…no, it was never a hit, but it gave her a taste of things to come. At 8 years old she sang solo on her mom’s bluegrass record, at 9 she had her first song on Itunes, at 10 she sang back up for White Apple Tree on their first CD and Christian rocker Stephen Petree. About the same time, Tessa started putting songs on You Tube and that is where producer and vocal coach wiz, Ken Stacey(American Idol), heard her sing. He quickly signed her to a production and songwriting deal and she began her career as a songwriter. Tessa’s love for pop punk music and desire to be the best at what she does has spawned dozens of songs all over the internet. She is currently recording her first EP, building a band for live shows, and is producing her father, Steven McClintock, on his newest CD of pop punk covers.
[su_spoiler title=”Kevin Fisher”]Kevin Fisher is a songwriter…..solid and successful. He took his skills he learned from singing and writing for the SoCal band Naked to the World, voted Acoustic Band of the Year by the National Academy of Songwriters, and put it into a Gold and Platinum record with country singer Sara Evans, a Gold and Platinum record with the amazing Rascal Flatts, excellent cuts by Uncle Kracker, Tim Rushlow(Diamond Rio), Little Big Town, Paul Anka and more. He has been a staff writer for some of the most creative publishing companies around…like Hayes Street Music, Pitchfork Music, Courtyard Music, and Warner Chappell. He is also out there on TV and film with such shows as Brotherhood, Pretty Little Liars, True Blood, Frozen Ground(Nicolas Cage), and soon to be released the Angriest Man in Brooklyn(Robin Williams, Mila Kunis). Last but not least, Kevin Fisher is the co-author for the musical “Unbeatable: A Musical Journey” which opened in New York in 2009.[/su_spoiler]
[su_spoiler title=”Special Guest Joy Burnworth”]Born in Anderson Indiana, Joy Burnworth began singing for anyone who would listen at the ripe old age of 3. This lead to talent shows, drums & sax in the marching band, madrigals and swing choir which lead to clubs gigs with a rock band at 16. Touring with Taft Attractions she saw the world from Spain to Iceland to Japan. Joy attended Berklee College of Music.
Joy has worked with Matt Hyde (producer- Porno for Pyros, No Doubt) David Foster, Ian Bernhard (Michael Fienstien). Joy has performed at the Oscars & Emmys. She has produced 3 records of her own material, co-written with Howard Anderson. Joy’s songs are played on NPR, College radio, and on countless internet shows. With her original music Joy has opened for Pat Benatar, Buffalo Springfield, Juice Newton, and BJ Thomas. She can be heard on Jazz Pianist & Fusion keyboard extraordinaire, Mitch Foreman’s new record singing 2 cuts. Joy has worked with Dave Robyn doing masters for TV & Movies, her voice can be heard singing along with Eddie Money in the Ken Burns movie “Baseball”, she also sang background for Larry Bagby on his TV show theme song. Joy has also sang in the movie “The Secret”, doing some gospel vocal-ease over the orchestration of Chris Field. Joy is always gigging… She has performed from the famous Baked Potato to the Watermark in Ventura to Typhoon in Santa Monica with Les Hooper’s Big Band. Joy can sing any style, anywhere! [/su_spoiler]