Registration for 2004 International Songwriting Competition Open Now

Nashville, Tennessee, USA – The 2004
International Songwriting Competition (ISC)
will have $100,000 in cash and prizes that will be shared by 50 winners in 16
categories. All musicians, bands, artists, and songwriters are invited to enter
their songs. Categories for 2004: AAA/Roots/Americana, Dance/Electronica, Jazz,
R&B/Hip-Hop, Blues, Folk/Singer-Songwriter, Lyrics Only, Rock, *Children’s
Music, Gospel/Christian, *Performance, Teen, Country, *Instrumental, Pop/Top 40,
and World.

ISC 2004 offers both aspiring and established songwriters the opportunity to
have their songs heard by a prestigious panel of judges that so far includes:Sean “P.Diddy” Combs (Grammy award-winning Artist, Producer/Songwriter)
Darryl McDaniels (Run DMC)
Aaron Lewis (Staind)
Sully Erna (Godsmack)
John Ondrasik (Five for Fighting)
Macy Gray (Grammy award-winning Artist)
Scott Kirkland (The Crystal Method)
Monte Lipman (President, Universal Records)
Stacey Earle (Americana Artist)
Clint Black (Grammy award-winning Country Artist)
Tracy Gershon (Sr. Dir. A&R/Artist Rel., Sony Records Nashville/Producer,
Nashville Star)
Alan Meltzer (CEO, Wind-Up Records)
Kim Stephens (VP of A&R, Lava Records)
Peter Furler (Lead Singer/Songwriter, The Newsboys)
Chris Parr (VP of Music Programming & Talent Relations, CMT)
Michael McDonald (President, ATO Records)
Paul Asher (Co-President, Sanctuary Artist Management)

ISC’s mission is to provide songwriters and musicians exposure in the
international arena. Aside from the cash and prizes, ISC winners will also
benefit from a promotional campaign that includes an annual compilation CD
distributed to A&R executives, artist showcases at various conferences, air-play
on ISCRadio, and more.

Enter your songs now. Visit
for updates, an entry form and more