BORDERS SONGWRITER OF YEAR COMPETITION

STRING JAM CLUB SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR COMPETITION – SATURDAY 25TH JUNE 2011 (In conjunction with Merlin Music, Melrose)

The String Jam Club in the Scottish Borders town of Galashiels has a renowned reputation for the standard of music they regularly produce and the internationally renowned acts they attract to play. Annually they run a ‘Songwriter of the Year’ competition, which is judged by their very friendly, discerning, and knowledgeable audience!

This year the competition, in conjunction with Merlin Music of Melrose, is on June 25th with special Prizes donated by Merlin Music, a full length showcase spot at the club, a £50 cash prize and a main prize by AUDIENCE VOTE so bring your friends and fans – PLUS an additional mystery prize for the Professional Panel Award Winner!

To register your interest as an entrant or to find out more, email stringjamclub@vixenrecords.com as soon as possible. Songs must be original. All styles of acoustic music welcome. One or two songs, depending on number of entrants. Competition not open to fully professional musicians. You will perform in front of our very friendly and discerning audience and it will be up to them which is their favourite song. Bring your friends and supporters. There will also be a separate professional panel that will select their own winner. It will be very interesting to see if they agree with the audience!

Admission £6 on the door, or advance tickets from Salmon (01896-752577) & Merlin Music (01896-822376),

Musicians entry fee £3 String Jam Club on the web: http://www.myspace.com/stringjamclub

COMPETITION INFORMATION: stringjamclub@vixenrecords.com

Merlin Music http://www.merlinmusicmelrose.co.uk

The String Jam Club meets on the last Saturday of every month at The Salmon Inn, Bank Street, Galashiels, Scottish Borders TD1 1EP

www.myspace.com/stringjamclub

 

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