Walk of Fame seeks entries for music mentorship prize

NANAIMO - Canada's walk of fame is making its final call for entries for its Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Prize.

Canada’s Walk of Fame is making the final call for applications for its Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Prize.

The application deadline is Tuesday (April 30) 11:59 p.m. ET. The grand prize winner will be announced in June and will receive $25,000, performance opportunities at major venues, 20 hours of private studio time at Metalworks Studio with an appointed producer and periodic mentorship with Rik Emmett and Gil Moore from Triumph, 10 hours of studio time in the Tragically Hip’s private studio with mentor Gord Sinclair and introductions to agents, managers, music executives and entertainment lawyers.

The secondary winner will receive $5,000 and five others will receive $1,000.

To qualify, candidates must be enrolled in an accredited Canadian school or institution, the nomination must not come from an administrator in the school where a student is currently enrolled and candidate must submit a maximum 60-second video or audio file.

A full list of eligibility requirements and applications are available at www.canadaswalkoffame.com.