NASHVILLE’S NEXT GENERATION COUNTRY CHALLENGE SET FOR DECEMBER 4 & 5

imageTennessee Songwriters Association International (TSAI) will play host to the inaugural talent competition “Nashville’s Next Generation Country Challenge” which will be held on December 4 and 5, 2014, in Nashville, Tennessee.

“Nashville is one of the hottest cities in America and continually being recognized for such great talent located here,” says Spin Doctors Music Group’s President Al Brock.  “We are encouraging any aspiring singer or songwriters to look into this talent competition where key music industry executives will serve as judges.”

The competition is open to all singers and songwriters not currently signed to a recording contract or working with a Nashville based promotion company.  Contestants are encourages to perform original music acoustically as no covers will be permitted, and the deadline for entering the competition isNovember 30th and the entry fee is $99.00.  Contestants can enter at www.facebook.com/NGCCNashville, by send their audition CD to PO BOX 121033, Nashville, TN 37212, or by visiting www.nextgenerationcountrychallenge.com.

The winner of Nashville’s Next Generation Country Challenge will receive a singles promotion deal with Spin Doctors Music Group, inclusive of radio promotion for 16 weeks.  In addition, the winner will showcase during Country Radio Seminar (CRS) at theThursday Night Throwdown event held at the Hard Rock Café as well as a one year membership in the TSAI.

About Spin Doctors Music Group:
The Spin Doctors Music Group is a Nashville-based music business company, carefully designed to focus on new and emerging country recording artists. Headed by long time radio programmer Al Brock, the company’s radio division focuses on secondary, Music Row, Billboard Indicator and Mediabase Activator reporting panels.  In today’s marketplace, secondary markets are critical for new and emerging artists. In fact, statistics show that approximately 55% of country radio P-1 listeners come from these secondary markets.  That equates to around 85% of all country music sold because of those important secondary radio markets. Our mission is simple: to promote fresh, new talent in a direct and wholesome manner. We launch our artists music to radio, through long and trusted relationships in the industry.

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