Notting Hill and Peer host song writing camp

Supported by BMI the four day event saw more than 20 writers and producers collaborate in a bid to create hits for Susan Boyle, Pixie Lott and Mary Jess Leaverland at The Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM) in Surrey.

The brainchild of Notting Hill A&R manager John Saunderson, Peer creative director Richard Holley and ACM business and artist development manager Neil Simpson, the camp resulted in the creation of more than 35 tracks.

Saunderson says it is too soon to ...

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