#MySongIsYourSong

Make Music Day

Join the global song swap for Make Music Day!

Learn a song by another artist and hear yours covered in return. Songwriters, composers and bands of all styles and walks of life are invited to participate!

Partners will be introduced by May 20th, to give you all plenty of time to communicate and get to know each other’s work while recording your version of their song.You’ll make their song your own, share a video of it on Instagram or YouTube on June 21st, and use #MySongIsYourSong to join in the celebration!

We are very excited to announce special prizes for this year’s song swap! One pair of songwriters will be selected at random to receive these prize bundles: #MySongIsYourSong participants: a ukulele from Flight, a Scarlett 2i2 (4th gen) audio interface from Focusrite, and a Novation Launchkey 37. 

To enter to win, just:

  • Register using the form, below: Form closes Monday May 6th
  • Receive your pairing with another songwriter by Monday May 20th
  • Record your cover of their song
  • On Make Music Day, Friday June 21st, post your recording of your partner’s song on Instagram or Youtube, and
  • Send the link to catherine@makemusicday.org by midnight (New York time) on Friday June 21, 2024.

Join the conversation following #MySongIsYourSong on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram.

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MySongIsYourSong: 2024

“Darkest Dreams” covered by Eren Tokgöz from Istanbul, Türkiye. Click here to listen to the original by Ethan Hannay.

“İki oda bir de salon” covered by Ethan Hannay from Blackheath, New South Wales, Australia. Click here to listen to the original by Eren Tokgöz.

“The Batavia” covered by Eric Keeney from St. Louis, MO, USA. Click here to listen to the original by Steve Roberts.

“Anthony’s Mill” covered by Steve Roberts from Christmas Island, WA, Australia. Click here to listen to the original by Eric Keeney.

“1917” covered by Jonny Leal from the USA. Click here to listen to the original by Trish Delaney-Brown.

“Florida” covered by Trish Delaney-Brown from Woonona, NSW, Australia. Click here to listen to the original by Jonny Leal.

“George, 30, Plumber” covered by Mark Koschwitz from Clinton, CT, USA. Click here to listen to the original by Sharon Start

“Enjoy The Ride” covered by Sharon Start from Melbourne, Australia. Click here to listen to the original by Mark Koschwitz.

“Can You Guess My Star Sign?” covered by Alice Osborn from Carnelian Bay, CA, USA. Click here to listen to the original by Nate Eggins.

“Her Chardonnay” covered by Nate Eggins from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Click here to listen to the original by Alice Osborn.

“Hologram” covered by Teo Boy Curcio from Málaga, Spain. Click here to listen to the original by Lilia Ramil.

“A Special Day” (Un día especial) covered by Lilia Ramil from Kailua, Hawaii. Click here to listen to the original by Teo Boy Curcio.

“Stand By” covered by Ross Bazzle from Charlotte, NC, USA. Click here to listen to the original by Robyn Bellospirito.

“Building Stories” covered by Robyn Bellospirito from Huntington, NY, USA. Click here to listen to the original by Ross Bazzle.

“Silver Lining” covered by Omolayo Elizabeth Banjo from Olodi Apapa, Lagos, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Kadian.

“Morenikeji” covered by Kadian from the United Kingdom. Click here to listen to the original by Omolayo Elizabeth Banjo.

@isaacblessed6 paper cup acapella #makemusic #goviral ♬ original sound – isaacblessed

“Paper Cup” covered by Isaac Bless from Abuja, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Jim Rezac.

“Tongues of Fire” covered by Jim Rezac from Wyoming, Delaware, USA. Click here to listen to the original by Isaac Bless.

“There’s No Place Called Away” covered by John Plenge from New York, NY. Click here to listen to the original by Joel Landy.

“What Did We Do?” covered by Joel Landy from New York, NY. Click here to listen to the original by John Plenge.

“Sacrifices” covered by Soji from York, PA, USA. Click here to listen to the original by Miracle Agomuoh.

“Untitled” covered by Miracle Agomuoh from Lagos, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Soji.

“Ventricular” covered by Terri LaChance from Madison, CT. Click here to listen to the original by Keala.

“Adufe” covered by Timi from Lagos, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Yamah Emmanuel.

“We Gather Dey” covered by Osatuyi Precious-Esther Adunadura from Ogun state, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Victory.

“Music from a Can” covered by Duplicity/ Brendan Canty and Sue Kidd from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Click here to listen to the original by Jason Baddley.

“Okay” covered by Rose / Flowr from St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Click here to listen to the original by Nnabuife Deborah Dallie.