Lismore Young Songwriters Awards
The Lismore Young Songwriter of the Year Awards
The Lismore Young Songwriter of the Year Awards gives young musicians from all over the Northern Rivers a chance to kick start their music career. The annual awards showcase the rich talent of the Northern Rivers Region’s young songwriters and performers. Now in its 7th year the competition is an opportunity to kick start young performer’s careers with previous winners including Ben Wilson, Gracie Hughes and The No Frills Twins. You can enter under any of the following categories:
- Human Rights (sponsored by Amnesty)
2017 Lismore Young Songwriters Poster
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