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January 15, 2019

Episode #248 – Drummer Denny Seiwell, Copyright Overview, and History Of Vocal Tuning

Denny Seiwell on the Inner Circle PodcastNEWS

  • A quick look at how to copyright your songs for 2019
  • The history of vocal tuning

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Denny Seiwell went from being one of the top session drummers in New York City, to become a founding member of Paul McCartney’s post-Beatles band Wings, to playing on television and film scores in Los Angeles.

Besides McCartney, Denny has worked with artists like Billy Joel, Joe Cocker, James Brown, and Denice Williams, among many others. He has a wide range of film credits that include Waterworld, Grease II, and Vertical Limit, and on TV shows like Happy Days and Knots Landing.

In the interview we talked about getting started in session work in New York, that famous first university tour in England with Paul McCartney, leaving the biggest band in the world, making a painful transition to the Los Angeles studio scene, working on the first Billy Joel record, and much more.

On the intro I’ll provide an overview on copyrighting your songs in 2019, and a quick history on vocal tuning.

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