Unisong International Song Contest

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The Unisong International Songwriting Contest is the oldest international songwriting competition, that is for and judged by songwriters.

Unisong International Song Contest was founded in 1996 by songwriter Alan Roy Scott [1][2] (Music Bridges), publisher David Stark[3] (SongLink International) and songwriter/promoter Brett Perkins (Brett Perkins Presents).[4][5]

Unisong is offering 16 songwriting categories:

where the winner is judged equally on the quality of their song, originality AND the performance of it.

Winners receive prizes like a one-week all paid writing and performing retreat, cash and merchandise.

The Unisong judges have included Lamont Dozier, Diane Warren, Bonnie Greenberg, Tom Sturges, K. C. Porter, Dave Koz, Peter Frampton, Fee Waybill, Alan Rich, Brenda Russell, Randy Bachman, Lester Sill, Don Grierson, Andrew Gold, Barry Mann, Randy Sharp, Harriet Schock, Mike Stoller, John Braheny, Michael Jay, Jorge Corrante, Don Was, John Kalodner, Bruce Lundvall & Desmond Child.

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