Cliff Goldmacher is a GRAMMY-recognized, #1 hit songwriter, music producer, audio engineer and author. After graduating from Stanford with a degree in political science, Cliff, instead, chose to pursue a career in music. His songs have been recorded by GRAMMY-winning and platinum-selling artists in genres ranging from Americana, blues, country, pop and jazz to classical crossover. Cliff’s collaborators include Keb’ Mo’, Ke$ha, Mickey Hart(The Grateful Dead) and Lisa Loeb. His music can be heard on NPR’s “This American Life” and in national advertising campaigns. Along with multiple songs in the top 40 on the jazz charts, Cliff’s collaboration with artist, Spencer Day, “Till You Come To Me,” went to #1. Cliff is an established music educator and teaches workshops for dozens of organizations including BMI, The Recording Academy and LinkedIn Learning where his songwriting courses have been viewed over a half million times. Cliff has also given multiple TEDx presentations on songwriting. Cliff has taught his workshop for business teams, “The Reason For the Rhymes: Enhancing Innovation Through Songwriting,” for clients including Deloitte, Google, Pfizer and Southwest Airlines. Cliff currently lives with his wife Sarah, a visual artist, in Sonoma, California.