Singer-Songwriter Phil Wallace Comes Close In Rusty Wier Contest

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Posted February 25, 2013 by Jeff Prince in Blotch
PHIL WALLACE AND HIS FRESHLY SHORN LOCKS CAME JUST SHY OF WINNING THE 3RD ANNUAL RUSTY WIER SONGWRITING CONTEST ON SUNDAY IN DALLAS. (facebook photo courtesy of Phil Wallace)PHIL WALLACE AND HIS FRESHLY SHORN LOCKS CAME JUST SHY OF WINNING THE 3RD ANNUAL RUSTY WIER SONGWRITING CONTEST ON SUNDAY IN DALLAS. (facebook photo courtesy of Phil Wallace)

Two Fort Worth singer-songwriters were among the seven finalists appearing in the Rusty Wier Songwriting Contest that wrapped up on Sunday in Dallas after a weeks-long competition.

Neither Cowtown crooner took home the grand prize.

PHIL WALLACE (LEFT) AND SCOTT COPELAND GET CONGRATULATED BY CONTEST HOST AND KHYI DEEJAY BRETT DILLON. (photo courtesy brett dillon)

But Phil Wallace and Scott Copeland deserve kudos for making it so far into the contest that traditionally draws a talented crop of contestants.

Wallace finished in second place.

He was edged out by winner Mark Shelton of Oklahoma.

KHYI-95.3 “The Range” deejay Brett Dillon oversees the event, which is now in its third year.

 

 


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