Songs of War competition welcomes entries from UK songwriters

News: 2nd October 2018 by Louise Dodgson under Live, Music Publishing

To commemorate 100 years since the end of World War One, whilst shining a spotlight on the need to support children forced to live with the brutality of today’s conflicts, Soundcheque have launched a songwriting competition in aid of Warchild.

UK bands and artists are invited to submit songs about conflict, hope, peace which will be heard by a panel of music industry judges including Brian Johnson (AC/DC), Crispin Hunt (BASCA Chairman),  Eddy Temple-Morris (Virgin Radio),  Chris Difford (Squeeze),  Claire Sturgess (Absolute Radio),  Jeremy Vine (Radio 2, Channel 5),  John Giddings (Solo, Isle of Wight Festival),  Nicky Bignell (Head of sync BBC),  Ed Potton (The Times),  Sunta Templeton (Radio X) and many more.

The winner will have the opportunity to perform their song at the Hard Rock Cafe on November 29th and have it played on national radio. The deadline for entries is 28th October, find out more via the link below...

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