WAM Song of the Year – $40,000 in prizes

WAM Song of the Year – $40,000 in prizes

Gemma Robins

The WAM Song Of The Year competition is now open for submissions and offering over $40,000 worth of prizes to WA’s finest upcoming and established songwriters. With a new, entirely bespoke online platform developed for the comp, it’s now also easier to enter than ever before. On top of the Grand Prize, each of the 16 Category Prize winners take away $500 cash, studio time with WA’s best and more.

This year’s Song Of The Year Grand Prize winner will walk away with the following: $3,000 cash; recording time at the hit-making Albert Studios in Sydney; the opportunity for a publishing deal with Perfect Pitch Publishing; two days recording at Sonic Lolly; mastering provided by William Bowden of King Willy Sound (Grammy award recipient for mastering Goyte’s Somebody That I Used to Know); an online music course valued at $1,640 courtesy of BerkleeOnline; 500 CDs pressed by DiskBank; a RØDE Microphones package; the opportunity to perform at the WA music Award-nominated State Of The Art Festival in 2015; and a prime spot on the 2015 WAM Festival line-up.

Best hurry though – entries close 5pm Monday 15 December!

Start your application now

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