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 (sông′smĭth′, sŏng′-)


(Music, other) a person who writes songs


(ˈsɔŋˌraɪ tər, ˈsɒŋ-)

a person who writes the music and often the words for songs.
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The Edinburgh-based songsmith's debut album was recorded in his bedroom and led to three singles making the Radio 2 playlist.
Sam's also a political songsmith and the targets for his critical eye include bankers' greed, poverty, the threat to the environment and all that's wrong about the BNP.
You can't help but be jealous of this piano-loving songsmith as he sits in his caravan overlooking the sea in Cornwall strumming his guitar.
The Essex songsmith's knack for street-savvy lyrical wordplay has seen him drawing comparisons to Ian Dury and Elvis Costello and was recently praised by Louder Than War as "Like all the great moments of Stiff Records rolled into one", ?
He said:"It is a littleknown fact that beyond being a national icon, poet and songsmith, Rabbie Burns was a veteran too.
Anacortes, WA, August 19, 2018 --( Andi Bowe, Poet, Musician, Songsmith, & Indie Author will conduct a musical medley in Anacortes this Sunday at the Library in the Circle Room from 6-10PM.
SONGSMITH King Creosote will play 23 dates at a hotel in Fife next month to celebrate his 50th birthday.
Gather at Sam Bond's Brewing at The Foundry to enjoy original, acoustic music from three artists - Tim Brewer, Rudolf Korv and Daniel Hallock - during Songsmith Sunday.
Top songsmith Foy Vance drops his new album, The Wild Swan, today on Ed's Gingerbread Records.
Newmarket David Milnes Songsmith (3.00 Sandown, nap) Fancied to give the in-form Lucy Wadham another winner after his decent sixth on the Flat at Goodwood.
Uttoxeter 3.15pm: Songsmith - Encouraging reappearance run after a long lay-off to finish second, and can hopefully build on that to win.
FOLK songsmith Alun Parry, right, will be playing in Milnsbridge tomorrow.