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SONGDOOR GRAND AWARD WINNERS

2006 - 2010

Here our past winners, along with their Grand Award-winning songs.

2011 - 2015 Winners   •   2016 - Present Winners 

CATEGORIES:

Christian

Country

Instrumental

Pop

Hard Rock/Alt-Rock

Soft Rock/Alt-Folk

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2010: Ryan Martinez

"You Didn't Break Me"  |  Pop

Persistence pays! Ryan was the very first SongDoor entrant ever, way back in 2006. This year he blew the lid off with his perfect pop anthem (below). Ryan was born and raised in N.Y., but currently lives in L.A. and is a prolific writer.

He encourages co-writing inquiries from established writers and publishers (pop or country). Email Ryan anytime.

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2009: Robert Gillies

"Saturday In June"  |  Soft Rock

Robert Gillies is no stranger to us ... he's garnered several Honorable Mentions in past years for his songs The Proposal and Wage a Little Peace. Robert is not only a great songwriter, but is a fine singer, travelling the world, entertaining audiences with his soft, easy style and soothing themes of love, compassion and kindness.

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2008: Anthony Snape/Lindsay Rimes

"Disappearing Day"  |  Pop

Anthony is an Australia-to-Nashville transplant with a true gift for the pop/rock genres. Master of the hook, a sure-footed musical architect and poignant lyricist, he not only writes, but is a stellar performer. Remember this name, because you will hear it again.

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2007: Erinn Sherlock/Anthony Igizzi

"Return To You"  |  Soft Rock

Erinn is originally from New South Wales, Australia and can write the socks off a song. Honest lyrics and an infallible ear for a melody make her a true standout. You can regularly catch her performing around her adopted hometown of Nashville (she is also a superb vocalist).

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2006: Sean Clive/David C. Smith

"Amazed"  |  Christian

Sean and his growing family live in upstate NY, where Sean runs a Catholic ministry. His faith drives his creativity, and his pop/rock songs are truly inspired. His CD, What I've Settled For, a fine followup to Amazed, both superbly produced by co-writer David C. Smith.

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