John Scott G

John Scott G, an admitted word nerd, writes books, plays, screenplays, and political commentary. Author of "Area Code 666," "Secret Sex," and "Ambient Deviant Speedmetal Polka," Mr. G also writes under the pseudonym Gerald Laurence. Every day he happily rubs a few phrases up against each other to create sparks in your brain. You're welcome.

One Comment

  1. John P
    Mar 18, 2013 @ 2:14 PM PDT

    The “song” is the foundation of the music business. A song can make or break an artist. There is an art to mating a song to an artist. When the two come together there is magic. How many times have you seen on reality shows where the judge is say “That song was the wrong song for you as a artist”? Only to find that the contestant gets booted. Whether it a songwriter writing for an artist or the artist themselves writing a song; the song needs to be true to the artist. There is no way around it.