The DSA’s annual songwriting competition for amateur songwriters is now open for entry, with a prize fund worth over $5,000
Now in its 26th year, the Dallas Songwriters Association (DSA) Song Contest – one of the longest running international song competitions for amateur songwriters – has opened for entry. Winning entrants will take home over $5,000 in grand prizes, including a Privia PX-350 digital piano from sponsor Casio, a professional demo with Beaird Music Group and memberships to Broadjam.
The DSA Song Contest has eight separate categories: Country, Pop/Rock/RandB/Alternative, Americana/Folk/Bluegrass, Christian/Inspirational, Love Songs/Easy Listening, Children’s/Novelty, Singer-Songwriter and Instrumental.
The Dallas Songwriters Association is a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing information about the craft and business of songwriting. All styles of music are welcome in the DSA, and membership includes writers of all ages.
The contest submission deadline is 30 September 2016 with finalists and grand prize winners being announced on 13 December 2016. Membership is not required to enter, but to find out about joining the DSA or more about the contest, go to: dallassongwriters.org/dsa-annual-song-contest