Thursday, October 17, 2013

GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares 2013 Teens Make Music Contest

This latest information is courtesy of The Partnership at A great way to bring prevention awareness through the sound of music.

Do you know a talented, young musician who is dedicated to making a difference through music?

The Partnership at, in conjunction with the GRAMMY Foundation® and MusiCares®, is in search of young musicians (ages 14-18) to compose or create an original song and/or music video that promotes and celebrates healthy living and/or appropriately depicts a story about drug abuse. In our efforts to raise awareness of addiction and recovery, we encourage teens to submit their powerful messages of struggle, hope and triumphant healing.

The first, second and third place winners will each receive:
  • A trip to Los Angeles to attend the 56th annual GRAMMY Awards® Backstage Experience, a unique backstage tour taking place as artists rehearse live for the GRAMMY Awards® ;
  • Placement and exposure of their musical entries on MusiCares and GRAMMY Foundation's GRAMMY website (the premiere site for Recording Academy members) and the Vans Warped Tour website;
  • The opportunity to attend a guided tour of the Village Recording Studio;
  • iPads with the GarageBand app and an opportunity to release a record with Clarity Way, of Hanover, PA;
  • Cash rewards ranging from $100 to $500, courtesy of Visions Adolescent Treatment Center in Malibu, California.
The first place winner will also receive two tickets to the 56th annual GRAMMY Awards® at the Los Angeles-based Staples Center, courtesy of the Visions Adolescent Treatment Center in Malibu, California.

Submit your musical entry HERE.

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