Music Industry News Network [03-05-2018]

Results Out For The 2nd Annual Christmas/Holiday Songwriting Competition

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Url: http://www.songwriting.net/xmas-results

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The list winners and finalists of the 2nd Annual Christmas/Holiday Songwriting Competition has been released. The top 3 winners are:

First Prize: "My Christmas Wish" by Philip Adams, Quincy, MA

Second Prize: "Snow Is On the Ground" by Jake Clayton, Rob Daniels & Cory Hall; Nashville, TN

Third Prize: "Dreaming of Christmas Morning" by Ruth Pollack Pappas; New York, NY



Top 20 Finalists are:
"Light Another Candle For You" by Gitika Partington & Andrew McCrorie Shand
"Dreaming of Christmas Morning" by Ruth Pollack Pappas
"Underneath The Mistletoe" by Andy Barlow & Inside Origin
"Cold December Night (Merry Christmas)" by Sherri Gough & Bill DiLuigi
"How Do I Explain Holy" by Sherri Gough
"Make Time for Christmas" by Bill Elrod & Corey Lee Barker
"Just One Kiss (It's Christmas)" by Randall Cohen & Gregory Martindale
"Snow Is On the Ground" by Jake Clayton, Rob Daniels & Cory Hall
"Jingle Bell It" by Joanne Stacey, Susan Giacona, Lucy LeBlanc & Ivan Boudreau
"Christmas Country Style" by Henry Jack Williams & Lewis Garrison
"Christmas Cheer" by Elise Go
"Come Play Santa With Me" by Brad Davis
"Can You Still Hear St Nicholas Sing" by Bradford Loomis & Kimberly Loomis
"How The Candy Cane Got Its Stripes" by Tony Weeks & Scott Casperson
"Christmas In Her Eyes" by Steven McClintock
"It Just Won't Be Christmas Now" by Brett Perkins
"My Christmas Wish" by Philip Adams
"Santa Bring Him Home" by Eva Ricci
"Someone is Missing at Christmas" by John Chaffee

For more information, please visit:
http://www.songwriting.net/xmas-results

Source: http://www.mi2n.com/press.php3?press_nb=202332

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