MAY NEWSLETTER

Wil Key Newsletter May 20, 2011, Issue #12

Wil Key Song Selected At ASCAP

We are very excited to announce that Wil Key's song, "That's What I Mean," was selected by ASCAP's R&B division for this year's ASCAP "I Create Music" Expo in Los Angeles. The song, which was written and performed by Wil Key and Betsy Ruckard on his last CD release ("Satisfy My Soul"), was reviewed live by a distinguished panel of industry professionals including S1 ("Power" Kanye West), Lindsey Lanier (A&R Universal Music) and the legendary producer Traxster ("One And Only" Mariah Carey). CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

People's Fair Show - Sat. June 4

Come out and enjoy an early morning Wil Key set of Acoustic Soul music at the 40th annua l People's Fair in Downtown Denver. The festival features the area's top musicians, Artis & Crafts, and delicious culinary delights. We will be performing songs from the forthcoming "But A Woman" CD on the Cricket (Muve Music) Stage Saturday June 4 at 10:40 AM. BE THERE!!!!  CLICK FOR SCHEDULE

 

 

In this issue. ..
Wil Key Song At ASCAP
• People's Fair 
• ASCAP "I Create Music"
• Master Class - Pharrell Williams

ASCAP "I Create Music" Expo

Ascap Expo

What does a New York based singer-songwriter (Sinem Saniye) have in common with an R&B dude (Wil Key) and an Afro Chic? Nothing! Except they were all moved to be in attendance at this year's "I Create Music" Expo at the Renaissance Hotel in LA. This shot was taken just seconds before comedian Sinbad appeared around the corner and greeted the attendees. Panelists included Jemaine Dupri, Kelly Price, Lindsey Buckingham and Victor Wooten. Wil was also selected for very special Masterclass with Desmond Child.

Master Class -Pharrell Williams

Superster producer, artist and songwriter, Pharrell Williams (NERD,
Snoop Dog), presented an informative and engaging panel at this
year's Masterclass panel at ASCAP. He discussed his early career-
including a candid confession about stalking Teddy Riley's in his
hometown of West Virginia and his first studio hit "Rump Shaker."
Pharrell, who who grew up on the music of Roy Ayers and Don Byron
discussed his current film projects and gave insight on his
creative approach.

Satisfy My Soul

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