Fairness Rocks News How Virtual Songwriting Sessions Became the Nashville Norm


Fairness Rocks News How Virtual Songwriting Sessions Became the Nashville Norm

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Author: Andrew Leahey

Date: May 11, 2021

Original Source: Rolling Stone

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How Virtual Songwriting Sessions Became the Nashville Norm

On a recent mid-spring morning in Tennessee, Alex Kline is learning to live again in her Nashville home.

A week earlier, Tenille Arts’ “Somebody Like That” — a pulsing, pop-friendly debut that Kline co-wrote and produced — became the Number One song on country radio, making Kline the first solo female producer in history to earn a chart-topping country hit. Newly vaccinated, she felt safe enough to celebrate the occasion over wine with Arts and songwriting partner Allison Veltz, having recently left Marin County — the California hometown where Kline spent most of 2020, riding out the Covid-19 pandemic in her parents’ place — to return to Tennessee.

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