School for songwriting
Dick Siegel lends a hand
Dick Siegel, long a mainstay of the local music scene and the creator of such well-loved songs as "Angelo's," "What Would Brando Do?" and "When the Sumac is on Fire," sees a trend. "I have this sense, this growing feeling, that songwriting is becoming more and more popular among young people. Being a singer-songwriter is something that many people think that they feel comfortable doing--to write songs expressing themselves."