The Best Music Convention on Earth!

You probably won't ever understand the true value of TAXI until you come to our annual convention, the Road Rally. It's such a powerful weekend that it truly transforms lives.

I know it's not always easy or affordable to fly to LA, but remember, the Rally is free because we want every one of our members to dig deep in to this treasure trove of power tools for artists and songwriters.

So many great connections and deals have happened at the Rally, that it's become legendary. I hope you can find a way to join us next November. Come and get up close and personal with heavy weight music business executives and network like crazy with your fellow members from your own back yard, and around the world. Start saving for your plane flight now, and find out why people say that the Road Rally is the single best weekend in their music careers.

See you in November,

Don Passman, author of, All You Need to Know About the Music Business, and one of the most powerful music attorneys in the industry, delivering his keynote about the future of music.

A&R Royalty stops for a photo oportunity. From left to right; Marshall Altman, Columbia; Cliff Audretch, Sony Nashville; Michael Laskow, TAXI; Tony Ferguson, Interscope; Loren Israel, Capitol; and Steve Smith, Aware Records.

Dear TAXI,

After attending Road Rally 2003, I know TAXI is the real deal. The panels were staffed by real hit songwriters, real A & R people looking for talent, and real hit songwriter instructors with insight to take us to the next level. TAXI provided real access to a nearly inaccessible industry.

And after listening to my competition, I am committed to turning my good songs into undeniably great songs.

Thank you TAXI.

John Mendoza
Irvine, CA

Even though Jefferey Steele is the most successful songwriter in Country Music today, he still took lots of time to hang out with TAXI members.

People come from all over the world to attend the Road Rally, and this photo only shows you some of them!

Cliff Audretch III, (Windswept Music, Nashville) explains how and when a publishing deal could most benefit a singer/songwriter.

Dearest TAXI team,

I spent the weekend as a guest with your wonderful family. I want to say thank you for the singularly most exciting weekend for me as a composer and songwriter. I'm still on a high from a wonderful weekend that was a gift to me. I seriously didn't expect such a loving, openhearted and giving group of people.

Thank you so much for everything.

Nik Sakellarides
Los Angeles, Ca

With more than 200 of his songs cut by major artists in the last three years alone, Jeffrey Steele remained as friendly as the guy next door, and answered every question with a smile.

Motown songwriting legend Brian Holland got a standing ovation when his medley of hits was played during his introduction. Scores of members spoke to him personally after the panel.

Read more about TAXI's Road Rally here!

See How TAXI Works

"The Road Rally was so educational! So many musicians were able to do in four days what usually takes years."
— Irina Falberg,
TAXI Member

"Nothing bad can come from belonging to this unbelievable organization that has definitely allowed my songs to be stronger than ever."
— Justine Kaye,
TAXI Member

"I received 5 critiques for one song and each one was right on the money. The critiques and this membership are priceless!"
— Tammy Endlish,
TAXI Member

"Speaking to A&R people, getting inside info and some of the best advice I've ever had, was worth TEN times the cost of getting to The Road Rally.
— Mike Fitzsimons,
TAXI Member

"Atlantic records is keeping my tape for further consideration . . . others have claimed to have 'connections,' you are the only ones to deliver."
— Rob Goodman,
TAXI Member

"Entrain got three songs in "Cutaway" (starring Stephen Baldwin and Tom Berenger). One of the songs, "All One," is the feature song of the movie!"
— Brian Alex (Entrain),
TAXI Member

"The Road Rally was by far one of the most interesting, informative and entertaining events I've ever attended for business or personal reasons."
— Jeremy Ragonese,
TAXI Member

"I hope someday I'm in a position to promote TAXI and let everyone know that there are kind, honest people in the music business and they're working at TAXI. Even my mother trusts you!"
— James Day,
TAXI Member

"I recently got my first deal as a result of a submission to TAXI! I'm very excited to see that this actually works!"
— George Leverett,
TAXI Member

"The critques I've gotten back are really so encouraging. You listen so closely you spot all my weak spots, but also give me the feeling you really enjoy my music. I thank you."
— Willie McCulloch,
TAXI Member