The International Songwriting Competition (ISC) has announced the winners for the 2011 edition of the contest. The Grand Prize for 2011 has been awarded to New Zealand native Kimbra for her song "Cameo Lover," entered in the Pop/Top 40 category, taking home a prize purse of $25,000. If you recognize the name it's because Kimbra won the first place prize for the Pop/Top 40 category in 2010, for her song "Settle Down.
Songwriting competitions can provide huge opportunities for songwriters of every genre. In addition to the potential cash prizes and publishing deals that come along with doing well, songwriters get their music heard and critiqued b... Read Post
The International Songwriting Competition, widely recognized as the world’s premier songwriting event, today announced its 2012 winners. ISC’s Grand Prize has been awarded to Joshua Hanson of Irvine, California, for his song, “Monst... Read Post
The International Songwriting Competition (ISC) has announced the winners for the 2012 edition of the contest. ISC's Grand Prize was awarded to Joshua Hanson of Irvine, California, USA, for his song "Monsters With Misdemeanors," whi... Read Post