Gate City artist wins New England Songwriting Competition
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Fee the Evolutionist wins first prize in R&B/Hip Hop division of New England Songwriting Competition.

NASHUA, N.H. - eMusicWire -- Bill Fee, a Nashua native has won first prize for best R&B/Hip Hop song in the prestigious New England Songwriting Competition.

His winning song "Ain't No Love" features the vocals of Ruby Shabazz and is about the economic disparities that have been amplified by the recent and on-going pandemic.  The lyrics are a call to action for compassion and were written with hopes that people will reflect on how they treat each other.

"I wrote this hopeless way beyond feelings

The world is falling apart and needs healing"

The contest included a $100 prize and had over 500 submissions.  Fee says he plans to spend it on recording.  "I already had the studio time booked so this certainly helps!" He said.

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The New England Songwriting Competition has been around for over 15 years and is organized by Sue Martin. The judges for this year's contest are all accomplished musicians from the New England area and include Mark Erelli, Jon Evans, Jess Phaneuf and Monica Rizzo.

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