United Way Holds 'Live United Song Contest' In Nashville
May 31, 2011 at 2:45 PM (PT)
The UNITED WAY is currently holding its “LIVE UNITED SONG CONTEST,” looking for songs about hope, teamwork, restoration, community impact and overcoming adversity. Ten finalists will have the chance to perform it live in front of songwriters and music industry professionals at THE LISTENING ROOM CAFE in NASHVILLE during UNITED WAY’s STUFF THE BUS SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE LAUNCH CONCERT on JUNE 21st.
Judges include songwriter CARY BARLOWE, CUMULUS Country WSM-F (The WOLF)/NASHVILLE’s BETH BRIGHTWELL, GEORGE STRAIT backup vocalist MARTY SLAYTON, BELMONT UNIVERSITY Instructor of Music Business DAN KEEN and THE NASHVILLE MUSE Owner DOAK TURNER.
The winner’s song will be used in an upcoming UNITED WAY DAY OF ACTION video, which will be featured on unitedwaynashville.org and emailed to thousands of our partners across the city. Songs will be accepted until JUNE 10th and finalists to be announced by JUNE 14th.
Check out more information at www.unitedwaynashville.org/songcontest.