WAM Song Of The Year 2016/17 opens, offering $40K+ in prizes
Posted by Andrew Schizodeluxe on January 12 2017 21:48:04

After another massive year, WAM is looking forward to rewarding the best music written by WA songwriters in 2016, in what’s now one of Australia’s biggest songwriting competitions. Independently judged, WAM Song Of The Year 16/17 is now open for submissions til Thursday 9 February, with over $40,000 worth of prizes on offer to WA songwriters of all ages, levels and genres.

 

There are 16 categories, each offering winners:

 

 

Then if you win a category you’ll also have the chance to be crowned this year’s Song Of The Year Grand Prize winner, walking away with a huge prize package including:

 

 

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WAM is also excited to again be supported by major partner the City of Fremantle for the competition, where the winners will be announced at the Awards Party, debuting at the WA Maritime Museum overlooking the Fremantle Harbour on Wednesday 17 May, 2017.

 

Fremantle Mayor Brad Pettitt commented, “Fremantle is well known for its live music scene and the City is proud to support this fantastic event that recognises the song writing talent of our home-grown, original artists.”

 

Providing huge opportunities for songwriters at all levels of experience – from talented beginners to proven stars – Song Of The Year also offers WA-based songwriters exposure to leading music industry judges and vital recognition by Australian radio and media. The comp features 16 categories, covering all genres in Blues/Roots, Country, Electronic, Experimental, Folk, Jazz, Metal/Heavy, Punk/Hardcore, Pop, Rock, Urban/Hip Hop and World, plus extra categories for Schools (14 Years & Under), Schools (15-17), Outstanding Indigenous and Outstanding Regional.

 

With so much on offer for WA-based songwriters, there’s really no better way to get career-propelling recognition and prizes for your songs than to enter this year’s WAM Song Of The Year.

 

Entries close 5pm Thursday 9 February, 2017!

 


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