2019 Song ContestCredit: MY HERO
Honor Unsung Heroes
Celebrate local & global heroes with original songs
& music videos
Prizes will be awarded to teachers, students and professional songwriters
Winning songs will be shared with millions around the world on MY HERO.
Recent Song Contest Winners
2018 Song Contest Music Video Winners
At the request of MY HERO, musicians Whitney Winefordner and Larsen McCarroll recorded the song which Whitney co-wrote with Janet Bartucciotto and Emily Morris, to celebrate oceanographer Sylvia Earle. Recording engineer and musician Steve Wood supervised the recording session. We are proud to share Winefordner's performance of MY BLUE HEART, on the occasion of "Her Deepness"-Sylvia Earle's 83rd birthday!
My Blue HeartCredit: myhero
INVISIBLE is a unique collaboration fusing media, technology and the Hop Hop community to help raise awareness & funding for the homeless. All proceeds from the song that accompanies the video will go directly to nonprofit partners.
INVISIBLECredit: Bishop Lamont
2017 Winning music video and First in College/Mentor Category:
"Either there's hope, or I am merely dreaming... "A diverse community unites in arts and activism to address the epidemic of police killings of people of color in this dynamic hip hop music video.
From Mt. Tamalpais-Fruitvale Station
StandupCredit: Paul Eaton
2016 Winning music video and First in Student/Mentor Category:
2016 First Place Professional:
Dream Jane, DreamCredit: Jane Goodall Institute
2015 Winner Professional Category
An original song by Joe Crone about the child being a gift to the world.
I Am A Gift To The WorldCredit: Joe Crone
2015 Winner Student/Mentor Category
Mother Nature's CryingCredit: Anthony Hopkins
2015 Winning song and First in Professional Category:
Celebrating Laguna environmental hero James Dilley.
The Dilley Ditty: Worked to protect open space in Laguna Canyon.Credit: Doug Miller
2016 Teacher/Student Winners
Kids are the attitudes of the future. If human habits need to change in order to solve the problems facing our planet,children offer us our best chance.
Nashville students, Queen McElrath and team show love and talent for Michael Brown and the people of Ferguson Missouri.
Hands Up Don't ShootCredit: Queen McElrath
About MY Hero
The MY HERO Project, founded in 1995, provides people of all ages with multimedia tools to share inspiring stories, art, films, and music to share with our global, online learning community. Guests to MY HERO are invited to register and create their own multimedia portfolio that can be enriched year after year. Web-authoring tools have been designed for use in classrooms, homes and libraries for visitors of all ages to create and publish web pages honoring heroes from all walks of life.
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