Paramount Song Contests
The Nashville International Song & Lyric Competition® For Spring 2015 Is In Its Final Month!
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It’s the ONLY International Song AND Lyric Competition offering all these advantages:
- Over $150,000 cash & prizes awarded!
- We send great songs entered by songwriters to artists looking for similar songs. So all entries – not just winners – have a chance of getting to to an artist who may record it.
- We reward all kinds of songs and lyrics equally… including Today’s Hot Country, Traditional Country, Pop, Contemporary Christian, Gospel, Rock, AAA, Americana, Jazz, Blues and more.
- Multiple contests throughout the year mean prizes are awarded faster and more often than contests that happen only once a year.
- We level the playing field. Emerging songwriters don’t have to compete with pro writers who’ve already had pro recording, performance or publishing deals. That means if you’re looking for your first big break, you have a far better chance of winning and getting recognized.
- Whether you write complete songs or concentrate solely on lyrics, this competition welcomes you. While some competitions are only for lyrics and others only for complete songs, we take pride in rewarding both.
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Valentine’s Song Competition 2015 Winners
Grand Prize: Ashley Anderson of Maryville, MO, has won the Grand Prize for her lyric “All I’m Thinking About”. Her winnings include $500 in cash, PLUS a full 7-piece band demo, AND her winning entry, when fully produced, will go on StarTune.com, iTunes, and Amazon.com.
First Prize: Jeff Bosset of Las Vegas, NV, has won First Prize for his song “Thank You For Loving Me”. Jeff has earned a full 5-piece band demo, PLUS $100 in cash, AND his winning entry, when fully produced and recorded as a complete song, will go on StarTune.com, iTunes, and Amazon.com.
Award of Honor: Louis D’Angelo of Chesapeake, VA, has won the Award of Honor for his lyric “End Of Me”. He has earned a single instrument with vocal demo, AND his winning entry, when set to music by a Paramount Co-writer and fully produced as a complete song, will go on StarTune.com, iTunes, and Amazon.com.