Native Tongue have today announced that they are partnering with MusicNT’s NT Song of the Year competition.
Native Tongue have partnered with MusicNT to offer an all expenses paid trip to their annual songwriters camp, for one lucky NT Song of the Year entrant.
Native Tongue’s, intensive songwriting camp brings together some of Australia’s leading songwriters to help them develop their songwriting skills and learn more about production, co-writing and the development of great writing networks.
The prize will include; flights, accommodation, transfers to and from The Grove Studios on the Central Coast, food, drinks and of course the invaluable Writers Camp with mentoring from some of Australia’s most experienced songwriters and producers.
Mark Smith, Executive Director of MusicNT commented on the partnership saying “I’m thrilled to have Native Tongue on board for the NT Song of the Year 2017. The prize they are offering up is an invaluable experience to be able to give to an NT songwriter. With this partnership now confirmed we are extending the closing date to give NT songwriters every chance for this amazing opportunity. I’d like to thank Jaime, Matt and all the team in Native Tongue for their help in making this happen and I’m really excited to see an NT songwriter as part of this program”.
“Having watched the NT Song of the Year Awards from afar, with interest, for a number of years, we’re excited to be partnering up with MusicNT to offer this prize, and we’re looking forward to welcoming that songwriter to the Native Tongue Writing Camp later this year” said Matt Tanner, Head of Creative Services at Native Tongue Publishing.
The deadline for entries into NT Song of the Year has now been extended to 2 June 2017. Entry is simple and can be done here.