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Relive WAM Song Of The Year 2015 Awards Party ► PLUS how to get involved in WAM SOTY 2016!

20 Jun

One of Australia’s most prestigious songwriting competitions, WAM’s Song Of The Year competition recognises and awards talented local songwriters from a wide range of genres, age groups, and backgrounds.

Earlier this year we celebrated #WAMSOTY 2015 winners at the annual awards party, with Beni Bjah making history as the first Indigenous artist to take top spot with his track Survivor. On the night Beni Bjah treated party guests to an inspiring live rendition of his award-winning track, alongside sensational live performances from fellow category winners Katie J White and Rag N’ Bone.

Check out the video below and relive all the musical madness, magic and all-round good feels from the #WAMSOTY 2015 Awards Party.

As a nationally recognised competition, WAM Song Of The Year awards provides plenty of brand boosting opportunities for organisations and businesses interested in partnering with WAM on an event that seeks to discover, develop, and help catapult WA songwriters to the next level.

With sponsorship opportunities now available for WAM Song Of The Year competition 2016,  there’s no better time to jump on board and join us in honouring the songwriting talents of WA’s music community.

Contact WAM’s Development Manager, Georgia Kennedy at to discuss how you can be involved in the competition that provides a platform for WA artists to reach greater heights – and for your brand to do precisely the same!

And once again, massive thanks to the generous support provided by our #WAMSOTY 2015:

Major Partners: APRA AMCOS, Audiofly and City of Fremantle
Associate Partners: Fremantle Ports, Patrick
Grand Prize Sponsors: Alberts, Perfect Pitch Publishing, RØDE Microphones, Berklee Online, CCA Productions, Firestarter Distribution, Sonic Lolly, Diskbank
Category Sponsors: Cool Perth Nights | Mojos Bar, Country Music Club of Boyup Brook, Nannup Music Festival, Perth Jazz Society / The Ellington, Sunset Events
Studio Sponsors: Artisan, Blackbird Sound Studio, Crank Recording, Debaser Studios, Fremantle Recording Studios, GibSONICS / Belltones Studio, Poons Head, Shanghai Twang, Sonic Lolly, Soundbaker, Sovereign Studios, Sumo Sound Studios, Tone City Recording Studio, Rada Studios, Underground Studios

Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and The ArtsGovernment of Western Australia Department of Culture and The Arts

WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lottery West, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.