A music producer from Bristol has been awarded with a prize for writing the best rock song in a UK song writing music competition. The producer, Jason Flinter, is heavily recognised within the music business as being one of the best music writers.
The awards in which Jason was awarded are the equivalent to the Brit Awards and they recognise the song writers throughout the UK. One of the previous winners of the competition has been signed to the Syco record label which is owned by Simon Cowell.
The song which Jason has written that has earned him the award is Danger Deep Water which is in the style of AC/DC. Numerous other songs that have been written by the artist have been nominated for awards. Jason was also nominated for the best love song category for the song Promise of Tomorrow.
Jason is the owner and manager of a company named The Song Diner that specifically produces songs. The composers within the business writes songs for film, advertising and the music industry. In 2009 Jason got to the semi finals for three awards at the song writing contest. This time around he managed to scoop an award and he is understood to be delighted with this achievement.
A spokesperson for the awards revealed that this is the first ever song in this genre to be awarded. All of the components of the song were praised and one of the judges even described the song as ‘awesome’. Jason announced that he was pleased to have become a recognised song writer; he also revealed that he gains a lot of inspiration from many different artists.
There are around 6,000 songs that are judged from around the world for each category and therefore Jason can be very proud of what he has achieved. Jason stated that inspirations for his music included Boo Hewerdine and Guy Chambers.
At present Jason is organising a concert for the NSPCC that will be headlined by Phil King.