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New series presents some of my favorite songwriters, ponders the mystery of where songs come from, and creates a new song every show. Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel!
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Hello, everyone!

I'm extremely excited to announce my latest musical creation, the brand-new web series called Adventures in Songwriting, which will begin streaming on YouTube and be available as an iTunes podcast beginning March 24. There will be a show the night before the launch to celebrate the new series at the Luna Star Café (775 NE 125th St, Miami, FL 33161). The Jim Camacho Band will play along with my first guest on the series, the legendary Charlie Pickett. Staying with the songwriting theme, there will be an open mic kicking off the night from 7:15 to 8:15 p.m. All ages welcome, cover charge is $5; Luna Star is a cash-only venue.
 
The idea of the show is to explore what songwriting is all about and what makes a person want to become a songwriter and express themselves in that way. You can say a lot in three minutes, and a great song can reach places that are ineffable. ‘What’s that part all about?’ Those are the kinds of discussions we want to have on this show / podcast. Oh, and write a song by the end of the show as well. 
 
Both myself and the featured artists will share stories about their path in music, what led us to want to become a songwriter and, how we write. By the end of each episode, we will create and perform a new original song. Webcast from the my YouTube page located at www.youtube.com/JimCamacho and podcast on iTunes (be sure to subscribe), the series will produce at least one episode per month.
 
You probably already know about Pickett, guitarist / vocalist and bandleader of the 80’s outfit Charlie Pickett and the Eggs. Future episodes will highlight punk / rocker and good friend Rob Elba (The Holy Terrors / Shark Valley Sisters), and indie songwriters Roger Houdaille and Michelle Grand, also known as Ex-Norwegian. Additional artists from Nashville, TN and the UK will be announced soon.
 
Shot at my South Miami home studio, the series is lensed and edited by my dear friend Juan Davila, a frequent collaborator who produced many of my latest videos.

If you want to be a part of the open mic on March 23 at the Luna Star Café can email jcopenmic@gmail.com to sign up – slots are limited. 

Hope to see you at the show!

JC
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