Paramount Song

Paramount Song

Name: Paramount Song
Date of Founding: 1983
Location: Nashville, TN


Paramount Song is a songwriting resources and songwriter development company that offers professional assistance to lyrics writers and songwriters throughout the United States and around the world. Sharing the latest news and information about songwriting through the company website online, Paramount Song has become a name that emerging and professional songwriters can trust.

Paramount Song is an Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau, achieving the highest score presented to businesses and organizations in their membership: A-plus. Paramount Song has also developed a number of core relationships through membership with the Nashville Songwriters Association International, an organization that provides guidance and education for songwriters around the globe.

The lyric writers and songwriters seeking assistance from Paramount Song are striving to achieve their dreams of songwriting success. For lyric writers who do not write their own music, Paramount Song leverages an extensive roster of experienced songwriters who can create music to complement the lyrics. These experienced songwriters are a tremendous asset to the roster at Paramount Song, turning rough recordings into beautiful and compelling song demos that are prepared for submission to publishing companies and record labels in Nashville and beyond.

Paramount Song opened in Nashville in 1983. In the ensuing three decades, the company has been located near some of the most talented creators, marketers and directors in the music industry. Song Pluggers from Paramount Song pitch songs to some of the music industry’s most powerful leaders: producers, record executives, song publishers and more.


As a great benefit to their writers, Paramount Song hosts a number of song and lyric competitions throughout the year. Along with an impressive list of prizes, the Paramount Song contests offer lyric writers and songwriters an opportunity for entries to be heard by artists and businesspeople in the music industry. Paramount Song considers all lyrics and songs equally, inviting lyric writers and songwriters from a diverse range of musical formats. By presenting multiple competitions each year, Paramount Song has the ability to share prizes and opportunities for as many lyric writers and songwriters as possible. Whether an individual writes complete songs or focuses solely on lyrics, Paramount Song competitions are the perfect springboard to success. Emerging songwriters never need to worry about competing against award-winning and best-selling songwriters who are already signed to recording, publishing or performance contracts. Paramount Song wants emerging songwriters to have a significant chance of receiving proper recognition for their hard work and talent.

As proud Nashville residents, Paramount Song creative managers enjoy listening to live performances in a variety of different genres and embrace the eclectic nature of today’s Music City. In keeping an open mind about today’s musical sounds and themes, Paramount Song has the ability to develop demo recordings in alternative rock, Christian contemporary, blues, traditional country, jazz, gospel, contemporary country and more.

Paramount Song has watched closely as the country-music industry produced some of the most popular musical performers in America over the last 15 years, including Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Taylor Swift, Kacey Musgraves, Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Rascal Flatts, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Zac Brown Band, Hunter Hayes, The Band Perry, Kellie Pickler, Josh Turner and others. Each of these performers is actively seeking out the next major hit for their already remarkable catalogs. Maintaining a clear vision of the present-day music industry, Paramount Song is located within blocks of major record labels such as Republic Nashville (The Band Perry), Capitol Records (Keith Urban, Luke Bryan, Little Big Town, Dierks Bentley, Lady Antebellum), Broken Bow Records (Jason Aldean), Big Machine (Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts), MCA Nashville (George Strait, Josh Turner, Vince Gill), RCA Nashville (Miranda Lambert) and Mercury Nashville (Kacey Musgraves, Jennifer Nettles).

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Created on November 17, 2014