Music City Songwriting Competition
Each year, Nashville puts out a call for songs across the world. This is a chance for songwriters to have their songs heard.
Do you have what it takes to write Nashville's next big hit? The winning songwriter will win a trip to Music City, a mentoring session with Jana Kramer as well as a renowned professional songwriter, a TV appearance, and the opportunity to have their song recorded during a SiriusXM Satellite Radio Show.
We've narrowed down all of the fantastic song entries to these Top 25 songs and songwriters. Congratulations to all and stay tuned for the Grand Prize Winner announcement!
Top 25 Songwriters for the 2013 Music City Songwriting Competition
“Amazing Thing” - Matt Orewiler & Shaun Junggren - Listen
“Backwoods Blue Ridge Night” - Bryan Frazier - Listen
“Best Thing” - Matt Stell - Listen
“Carolyn” - Rusty King - Listen
“Closer to the Truth” - Lindsey Harding - Listen
“Dublin Moon” - Andy Stuckey & Katherine Slingluff - Listen
“Every Little Down” - Evan Johnson & Ari Leff - Listen
“The Highway” - Jessica Ridley - Listen
“Hometown Headstone” - Owen Danoff - Listen
“House Divided” - James Hoppe - Listen
“How You Live” - Aaron Heuke - Listen
“It’s Whatever” - Tony Eady - Listen
“The Letter” - Lance Cowen - Listen
“Meant to Be” - Brendan Kelley - Listen
“Necromancer” - Mel Hart - Listen
“On My Way” - K.T. Vandyke - Listen
“Rural Route 4” - Ryan Bradley - Listen
“Saturday Night” - Jesse Harper - Listen
“Sensible Shoes” - Ross Newell - Listen
“Singing Your Love Song” - Aubrie Stahl - Listen
“These are the Days” - Kiana Brown - Listen
“This Bar” - Robinson Treacher - Listen
“This I Need You to Know” - Chris Alvarado - Listen
“Where Are You Now” - Jordan Millar - Listen
“You Save Me” - Matthew Scheidle - Listen
Congratulations to all and stay tuned for the Grand Prize Winner announcement!
Congratulations to David Jonelis - Winner of the 2012 Music City Songwriting Competition!
The 2011 winning song, "Lie," by Ruben Estevez is a single on Tracy Lawrence's new album Headlights, Taillights and Radios! You never know how far yours could go.
Watch Tracy Lawrence talk about the Story Behind the Song in the video below.