Only a Few Days Remain to Register for Project M

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2016 Project M

Only a Few Days Remain to Register for Project M

The deadline for submissions to this year’s Project M is coming up this Sunday, April 10th.

To find out all you need to know about enetering, follow this link:

Project M is an annual, six-week songwriting and performance challenge that will test any musician’s mettle. The effort will be well worth it though as there are some pretty decent prizes including:

  • $1000 check from Entercom and named 2016’s Project M Champion
  • Your song played on Triple M for 1 month
  • A Yamaha guitar from Ward Brodt (FG740 SFM; built on the current FG730S, but with gorgeous flamed maple on the back and side)
  • $50 gift card to Ward Brodt
  • performance at Port Huron Brewery
  • 12-month subscription to Just Coffee Cooperative (includes [2] 12oz bags of 100% Fair Trade, certified organic coffee, to be chosen by Just Coffee Cooperative staff, and mailed to the Grand Prize Winner’s home, once a month for 12 months!\
  • performance at SUMMERFEST on Sunday, July 3rd from noon – 1:15pm on the Harley Stage.


Only eight contestants will be chosen from the entries. Entries must include: a photo of yourself and an mp3 of entrant performing one song, up to 4 minutes in length. Song may be a cover or original work. You must also provide full name, address, phone number, email address, and agree to a release for collecting songs. Entries can be mailed/turned into the station as well – within the same deadline of the online submission period.

Project M 2016 is sponsored in part by Ward BrodtPort Huron BrewingJust Coffee CooperativeSummerfestFunk’s Pub, and High Noon Saloon.

For contest rules, click here.

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About the author

Rick Tvedt

Rick is publisher of Local Sounds Magazine, formerly Rick's Cafe, Wisconsin's Regional Music Newspaper. He is also the Executive Director for MAMA, Inc., a non-profit organization that produces the Madison Area Music Awards and raises funds to promote youth music programs.

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