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“Finally no more guess work…FUTUREHIT.DNA is music’s CSI”
- Richard Palmese, Exec VP, Promotion RCA Music Group

“A must-read for aspiring professional songwriters in the 21st Century!”
- Billy Mann, Grammy-nominated hit songwriter/producer and President of Creative at BMG North America

“Insightful, practical and incredibly useful. A must-read for any current or future music executive as well as any recording artist who wants to understand the landscape in which his or her music will be consumed.”
- Avery Lipman, Co-President & COO, Universal Republic Records

““Future Hit.DNA” mapped out shifts wrought by the digital age and offered songwriters advice on everything from tempos to titles that might make their tunes more bankable.”
- John Jurgensen, Wall Street Journal

“By examining the history of music and the habits of listeners, Jay Frank maps out a perfect cheat sheet for songwriters and producers. Futurehit.DNA can’t teach you to write a great song, but it can give you the edge to write a hit song.”
- Jaron Lowenstein, Jaron And The Long Road To Love (“Pray For You”)

“(Futurehit.DNA) is among the most daring investigations into the essentials necessary for a hit song in the digital age.”
- Luke Torn, South By Southwest

“A veritable roadmap and cookbook for generating hit songs in the Internet era.”
- Keith Dawson, Senior Editor, The CMO Site

“FutureHit DNA is, I predict, destined to become one of the most influential pieces of music writing research over the next 5 to 10 years.”
- Mark Muggeridge, The Music Network

“Futurehit.DNA is a must read (and study) for anyone who is concerned about the monetization and expandalism of creativity. It is a modern how to journal on Pirateering in the music world. ARGH!!, I’m inspired to make more hits!”
- Big Kenny, Artist/Songwriter

“This book is so powerful it will exponentially increase your odds of success in the music industry.”
- Michael Laskow, CEO, TAXI Independent A&R

“This is a must read if you are composing for the digital age and trying to gain an edge.”
- David Kusek, VP, Berklee College of Music & Co-Author of “The Future Of Music”

“A ‘Moneyball’ for hit records”
- Sean Ross, Executive Editor, Radio-Info/Ross On Radio

“Read this book. Jay Frank brings a wealth of ‘inside’ experience and a unique perspective of how to pick a ‘hit’. Jay knows the Music Industry inside and out having had success in video, TV, cable, radio, online/internet, and the booking of Artist talent. Jay takes all those elements combined with technology, and the results are startling.”
- Daniel Glass, Founder/CEO Glassnote Records/Glassnote Entertainment Group

“Jay Frank has always been a digital music leader, and Futurehit.DNA shares that knowledge in a way that’s easy to follow and essential for any artist to read.”
- Rod Essig, Music Dept. Head, CAA Music Division

“The music listener, the songwriter and producer and the entire industry will benefit from Jay Frank’s remarkable and thoroughly researched insights into the hits of today and tomorrow in our new digital era. An original and informative book you don’t want to miss.”
- David Massey, President, Mercury Records

“(Futurehit.DNA) is loaded with thought-provoking ingredients that, properly used, could help tweak an artist’s recipe for success.”
- David Ross, Publisher/Editor, Music Row

“With an ever-shifting business, Futurehit.DNA is not just a good read, it’s a must read which I am compelled to share with my writers. It’s written in a non-clinical way that keeps you engaged and intrigued and unlike most other books on the subject of songwriting it IS relevant to the times.”
- Michael Pizzuto, VP, Creative/A&R, The Bicycle Music Company

“It’s like reading the ghost of music’s past and the ghost of music’s future! If you want to be educated and prepared for success you NEED FUTUREHIT.DNA!”
- Bridgette Tatum, Artist/Hit Songwriter (“She’s Country”)

“Futurehit.DNA is a must read as far as I am concerned.”
- Peter Casperson, Co-Founder/CEO, United For Opportunity

“An insightful and spot on take on the effect digital technology has on the hit process.”
- Mark Tindle, VP Business Development, Colligent Research