At each of our monthly meetings, DSA members have the opportunity to participate in our song critiques. Members can submit a song to be judged by members and guests and our panel of judges provide comments and critiques. The song with the highest score becomes our winning song for that month, and at the end of the year, a Song of the Year is awarded by an independent judge from the music industry, who reviews all the winning songs from the year. The songwriter with the most winning songs of the month is awarded the Songwriter of the Year.
Dallas Songwriters Association Song Contest Awards December 13, 2016 7 PM Sons of Hermann Hall Follow along with the video on Facebook WELCOME – Barbe McMillen Founding President Emeritus, Newsletter ￼Editor, Administration & Song Contest Director Barbara founded the DSA in 1987 after running the group for several years as part of the now defunct […]
After early successes with his college rock and roll band, The Techniques out of Lubbock, and as a solo singer songwriter at Kerrville, Rio King has re-emerged from musical retirement. With deep affection for his native state, Rio has recently recorded his album, I’d Love To See Texas Again with Chris Gage of MoonHouse Studio […]
SELF-EFFACING HUMORIST WALTZES AWAY WITH SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR HONORS by Buck Morgan John Wayne had it. So did Clint Eastwood. That solid feeling that let’s you know you can count on them. While Bobby Montgomery, the recently named Dallas Songwriter of the year, may not have Hollywood girth and brawn, he makes up for […]
Roger had numerous songs selected as Best of Meeting during monthly 2nd Tuesday programs in 2013. Roger has been an avid supporter of the Dallas Songwriters and is a past-president and former DSA board member, as well as a frequent and sought-after sound engineer. Lately, Roger has been breaking the ReverbNation top 10 local charts […]