The 12th Annual IAMA — International Acoustic Music Awards — Get Under Way

The IAMA is the preeminent musician awards for up-and-coming musical artists.

The competition promotes excellence in Acoustic Music performance and artistry and it is geared towards today’s best up-and-coming music acts.

Acoustic artists in various genres can gain exciting radio and web exposure through this competition. Win a Top Prize of US$11,000 worth of Prizes.

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Entrants come from all over the world.

Judging is based on excellence in music performance, songwriting/composition/song choice, music production and originality/artistry.

Entries can be made under a number of categories such as: Best Male Artist, Best Female Artist, Best Group, Folk, Alternative, AOG (Open Category), etc.

Past years’ winners include: Meghan Trainor, Carl Wockner, Kelley James, AJ Croce, Maddy Rodriguez(Canada), David Francey (Canada), Liz Longley, Charlie Dore (Hit Singer-Songwriter from UK), The Refugees (USA), Kate Lush (Australia), Wayne Southards (USA), Larry Pattis (USA), Omega (Uganda), El McMeen, etc.

Last year’s winner went to Australian singer-songwriter Carl Wockner who won the overall grand prize as well as the Best AAA/Alternative Song.

IAMA is sponsored by: D’Addario Strings, New Music Weekly, Loggins Promotion, Airplay Access, Lewitt Microphones, Aspri Reverb, Music Industry Blueprint, Sirius XM Radio, Acoustic Café Radio Show, SemiClef.com, Kari Estrin Management & Consulting, SongU, and Sonicbids.

For all the info and to see how you can join in, go here: http://www.inacoustic.com

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