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Fred Koller Gives Advice on Getting Your Song Heard.

Songwriter Fred Koller. He's one of Nashville's top songwriters. His songs have been recorded by Loretta Lynn, Jerry Lee Lewis, Dave Edmunds and Hank Williams Jr. He has also collaborated with John Prine, John Hiatt and Pat Alger. But in his book How to Pitch and Promote Your Song, Koller guides the novice songwriter through the music business, with tips on how best to present your songs. (Interview by Sedge Thomson)

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Other segments from the episode on August 22, 1989

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, August 22, 1989: Interview with Pico Iyer; Commentary on Bob Dylan; Interview with Fred Koller; Review of Carlos Fuentes' novel "Christopher Unborn."

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