International Songwriting Competition 2011 - Deadline Extended

Entries close September 21

UPDATE: Entries have been extended until the 1st of November 2011

Great news for songwriters, ISC 2011, or the International Songwriting Competition 2011 is well on its way.

The International Songwriting Competition (ISC) aims to provide the opportunity for established and aspiring songwriters to get their songs played internationally. Songwriters now have an opportunity to have their songs heard by the most influential decision makers in the international music industry scene.

Tori Amos

With a prestigious panel of judges that comes a wide spectrum of musical stylings, ISC makes sure that the public gets to hear the best of the best songs from only the cream of the crop songwriters of the world.

Some of the current judges are Tomm Waitts, Ozzy Osbourne, Kelly Clarkson, Michael W. Smith, Tori Amos and even one of my personal favourites – Jeff Beck! Those are just a few of the big names, and there are still more including people that run the music industry.

Jeff Beck

September 21 is the deadline for application, so if you are interested. Better get your act together and finish that unfinished song or upload your created song which you feel the world deserves to hear.

ISC Applicants get a chance to share $150,000 in cash and prizes, with the overall Grand Prize winner taking home $25,000 cash, and $20,000 in items and goods – including a Lowden F50 guitar. It does not end there because applicants also get a chance to gain international exposure, recognition and kudos.

It’s quite easy to join the International Songwriting Competition. You just have to mail your songs, or enter over the internet via the ISC platform, Broadjam, Myspace, Reverbnation and Sonicbids.

For more information on how to submit your application you can visit ISC.

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