Songwriters who want to take their career to the next level are urged to enter the WAM Song of the Year 2010.
Now in its 21st year, the WAM Song of the Year offers its Grand Prize winner $5,000 cash, a 3 day recording session supplied by Poons Head Recording Studio, a mastering session with James Hewgill Music and the pressing of 500 CDs by Diskbank.
Unpublished songwriters can enter their compositions in 10 genre categories, 2 special categories and 2 school age categories, all with prizes of $500 plus one day of recording time in a professional recording studio.
This year returns with the "Mentally Healthy" category, where songwriters are encouraged to share songs which deal with positive messages relating to mental health. The special "Love" category also returns this year after a two year hiatus. Outstanding Regional and Indigenous songwriters will once again be honoured in bonus categories.
Entries close 5pm, 26 July 2010.
Forms and competition details are available at www.wam.asn.au