Famed Musicians and Entertainment Execs extend Global Peace Song Awards entry date to Sept. 1, 2018

(Isstories Editorial):- Los Angeles, May 30, 2018 (Issuewire.com) – The Global Peace Song Award (GPSA) has decided to keep the song, music video, and new spoken word category entry and submittal date open until September 1, 2018.

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The GPSA, represents the first known worldwide search for the most spiritually enlightening music, spoken-word poetry and music videos that promote the message of peace.  2018 Song, Spoken World, and Music Video winners will be announced on December 25th, 2018, Christmas Day.

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The recent GPSA winner contest ceremonies for 2017 was held at the grand First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, with its world-famed pipe organ.  The awards ceremony was also sponsored by EmpowerWithArtsProductions.org, live-streamed compliments of Hubcast Media and then TV broadcast to some 20 million homes through MTC MelliTV.

Recent GPSA Televised Award Show

The GPSA was the brainchild of Steve Robertson, Founder/CEO of ProjectPeaceOnEarth.org which is based in Los Angeles, CA.  Famed Jury Panel members for the 2018 GPSA contest consisted of: Maria Conchita Alonso (Latin Pop Star), Stewart Copeland (Grammy Winner, The Police), Randy Copus (New Age group 2002), Jonathan Elias (Elias Arts/The Prayer Cycle albums), Trinh Hoang Hai (Entrepreneur & Musician), Peter Joseph (Producer/Director of the Zeitgeist Film Series), David Joyce (Grammy Winner best Jazz Vocal group), Sangeeta Kaur (2017 GPSA Grand Prize Winner), Tim Kring (TV producer Touch & Heroes), Steve Robertson (Founder of ProjectPeaceOnEarth.org), Joanne Shenandoah (Native American Singer/Song Writer), Ralph Simon (business executive, co-founder of Zomba Group and Jive Records), Sean Stone (Actor, Director & Producer) and Peter Yarrow (legendary Folk Singer & Peace Activist of Peter, Paul & Mary).

In the 2018 GPSA there are eight different categories of music contestants can submit to: New Age/Ambient, World Music/World Beat/Acoustic / Contemporary Instrumental, Country/Folk, Classical/Opera/A Cappella/Choral, Jazz, Hip Hop / R & B, Spoken Word, Rock / Pop, and one Music Video category.

All Contestants have three ways to win: 1) Jury Panel voting that consisted of famed jury members who voted on songs from the genres of music they were most known for. 2) Public Voting enabled each of the 11 category finalists to invite the public to vote on their songs or videos.  3) And the last way to win was through social media,  in essence, to become the musician or video with most overall Facebook likes and reaches.  Winners of each music category have the chance to win a wide variety of career empowering and furthering prizes.

GPSA Founder Steve Robertson stated, “The present-day reality of world conflict is calling for musicians,  spoken-word poets, and video producers to rise up and inspire new visions for peace and caring for one another.  We are profoundly honored to offer the GPSA contest to all artists who want to make a difference in our world. ”

The GPSA is unique in that it puts contestants entries directly in front of major Grammy Winners, World-famed Music, TV, Film Executives and Thought-leaders who are likely to note the importance of their talents and creative humanitarian contributions.

Robertson continues, “In order to meet the demand of musicians, spoken-word poets and music video producers who wanted to be heard, make a difference we decided to extend the final GPSA contest submittal date to September 1, 2018.  This is a call to all great artists around the world to inspire peace.”

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The GPSA also will soon release their 2016 and 2017 Winner compilation albums called “Music for World Peace.”

Interviews can be arranged with GPSA the founder Steve Robertson and select Jury Panel members.


Steve Robertson, CEO & Founder



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