**You must be logged in on our website before trying to submit your song. This event will open for registration on Thursday, September 7, 2023 at 12pm (CST). The registration form will not appear if you are not logged in on our website, as this event is solely for the Members of NSAI. You will only register with your name and email, please send MP3 and Lyric sheet in a word document to firstname.lastname@example.org by end of day Thursday, September 14, 2023. You do not need to be present for this event; the session will be recorded and sent out to all members that have registered.
ABOUT VICTORIA BANKS:
Labeled “one of the best songwriters in the business” by Nashville’s MusicRow magazine, Victoria Banks has toured with artists from Reba to Wynonna, has released 4 self-penned, self-produced albums including 2020’s Uncovered (on which she engineered and played every instrument), has been nominated for 11 Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Awards, and was awarded 2010 CCMA Female Artist of the Year and Songwriter of the Year. In her multi-decade tenure as a songwriter on Nashville’s Music Row, Victoria has penned ASCAP, SOCAN, CCMA and Covenant-award-winning songs, cuts by over 100 artists including Carly Pearce, Lauren Alaina, Terri Clark, Cassadee Pope, Isaac Slade (of The Fray), and notable cuts including the solo-written “Saints & Angels” (Sara Evans), Jessica Simpson’s Billboard record-breaking “Come on Over”, and numerous songs by Mickey Guyton (including 2021 ACM Awards blockbuster “Hold On, and “What Are You Gonna Tell Her”, which made history as the first original song performed by a Black woman on 2020’s ACM Awards.) Screen placements include Breakthrough, Nashville, American Idol, and Dancing with The Stars. Victoria appeared on NBC’s Songland TV show, performed alongside the Nashville Ballet in a choreographed set of her songs called City of Dreams, and co-hosts the podcast The Table Women which explores the female experience in entertainment.