It All Begins With A Song: Review

It All Begins With A Song

Nashville is the epicentre of the song writing world. People from all over come to Nashville to write their songs and to pour their hearts into their work – and some of them even make it. It All Begins with a Song is a documentary about those people who wake up with a chorus in their heads, who hear a word and have to write it down, and the people who stop an argument to write down something clever.

Chances are that you’ve never even heard of these people unless you know everything there is to know about music, but you’ve definitely heard their songs.

It All Begins with a Song takes the time to talk to those unsung songwriters, going through the song writing process and giving a unique look at the different ways in which they create their art. There are some who know their limitations, giving credit to those who help them.

There are those who find a moment in their everyday lives that inspires them, and then there are those who have a few words and phrases and compose a song in less time than it takes to make breakfast. There are all kinds of passionate music lovers in Nashville and It All Begins with a Song shows that some of them are even song writers.

Whether or not you’ve heard of the songs or the artists that have sung their songs, there’s no denying that there is an abundance of talent in such a small space. These people could probably do things that most of us could only dream of doing and what It All Begins with a Song does is put the audience right in front of the songwriters for artists such as Pink, Aerosmith and Elvis Presley and gives them a chance to say ‘thank you’.

With only a couple of stars the audience may recognise, It All Begins with a Song is as modest as the people on which it draws its focus. However, it leaves the audience in awe at the talent and drive that these inspirational songwriters have that inspire the audience they’ll never even meet.

It’s hard to believe that it all it begins with a song, three chords and the truth.

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