American Songwriter Magazine names Paul Zollo as senior Editor

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Nashville-based magazine operates under new ownership and management

Paul Zollo has been named Senior Editor to the recently reborn American Songwriter magazine. Zollo, who is the former editor of SongTalk, wrote the book "Songwriters On Songwriting," [Da Capo], a collection of 62 interviews. Zollo will be based at the magazine’s Los Angeles office. American Songwriter features stories and interviews with the world's greatest songwriters.

American Songwriter magazine, which was founded in 1984, is now under new ownership and has a new publisher, Thomas Clement, and new chief editor, Doug Waterman. The publication will maintain its bi-monthly status, as well as preserve the original mission of American Songwriter’s founders, which is to serve songwriters‚ interests with an engaging periodical. "The July/August issue marks the magazine’s 20th anniversary and will incorporate a graphic redesign, heightened editorial diversification and expanded newsstand distribution," says Clement. Waterman adds, "We’ll also be undertaking various grassroots strategies to elevate its presence as “The Voice of the Songwriting Community‚"

American Songwriter

50 Music Square West #604

Nashville, TN 37203-3227

(615) 321-6096

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