Deadline Looming for 2004 USA Songwriting Competition

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Deadline is approaching for the 2004 USA Songwriting Competition. Winners gain music industry exposure and radio aiplay of their songs.

Entries for the 2004 USA Songwriting Competition are currently being accepted. Winning songs of the 2004 USA Songwriting Competition will receive airplay on a nationally syndicated radio program “Acoustic Café” as well as XM Satellite Radio. This is the first Songwriting Competition that gives airplay to the winning songs, giving deserving bands, songwriters the recognition and exposure they deserve. Past winners came from all corners of the world: UK, Germany, Italy, Serbia, Lebanon, Japan, Singapore, Australia, Fiji, Canada and United States.

Entrants stand to win a grand prize of over US$50,000 in cash, merchandise and exposure, making this the largest prize package for any annual songwriting competition. Many USA Songwriting Competition winners in the past have received recording and publishing contracts, as well as having their songs placed on film and television. Judges include record labels such as Warner/Reprise Records and SONY Music.

The USA Songwriting Competition is sponsored by Roland, Sony, RollingStone.com, Sam Ash Music Stores, Ibanez Guitars, D'Addario Strings, Audio Technica, Steinberg, Electronic Musician magazine, Superdups, Loggins Promotion, New Music Weekly, XM Radio, OnBoard Research, Singer magazine, Recording magazine, Indie Bible, ASN, LiveWireContacts.com, and Acoustic Café radio show.

Songs may be entered in 15 different categories including Pop, Rock and Country. The competition is aimed at promoting excellence in the art of songwriting among writers, composers, bands, singer/songwriters and solo artists in an international forum. Entries are accepted from now through May 28, 2004.

For more information, visit:

http://www.songwriting.net

Or call toll-free:1-877-USA-SONG, outside US call: (954) 776-1577

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Jessica Brandon

(954) 776-1577

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