Regina Smoler
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Regina Smoler

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"The Sound of Yesterday Remix"

Nice groove, nice lyrics, and vocal melody! - Billboard

"Winter Holidays in the USA"

Very thoughtful lyrical concept that brings out a wonderful sense of diversity that most people don't consider! A good answer for Bill O'Reilly! - Great American Song Contest

"Don't Leave"

Fresh and engaging with a strong melody and great imagery! Very talented work! - Great American Song Contest


"One" is very tranquil and the beat sets the mood for the song quite nicely. The song is sort of Enya meets hip hop which adds a nice touch to the song. Lyrically, it spreads a positive message and we commend Regina's artistry. -

"Gotham Writers Newsletter"

The Great American Songwriting Contest named Regina Smoler's song Don't Leave, a semi-finalist. Regina worked on the song, about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, in Advanced Songwriting Class. - Gotham Writers Workshop

"Funny Song Contest Winner for The Martha Stewart Gene"

Regina Smoler, New Jersey-based songwriter-singer, won the April Funny Song Contest with a ditty about a man's love for his simple-and maybe even a little redneck-woman. This isn't Regina's first successful song on Broadjam; several of her songs have made it onto Broadjam's Top Ten charts. - Broadjam


Summer 2006 - Top 20 Finalist in the Unisong International Contest for song Certa Vez No Mes De Abril. Currently, my music is available for film/TV licensing at and at Platinum

Klaatu Borada Nikto, a composition about not destroying the earth is on a compilation CD 2004 from the Mars Society which was recently featured in Rolling Stone.

Finalist in the Dallas Songwriters of America 2005 competition for instrumental Once Upon An April Snow

Composed songs for a showcase at the New Dance Group in New York City.

Received honorary awards from the Great American Songwriting Contest for Once Upon An April Snow, Don't Leave, and Winter Holidays in the USA!

Unisong International Song Contest 2005- Top 20 Finalist for The Sound of Yesterday Remix in dance/electronica and The Sound of Yesterday standard version in the jazz category.

Featured songwriter on Broadjam's Top Ten Lists.
Certa Vez No Mes de Abril - Once Upon An April Snow, a collaboration with J.F. Garneau who translated the English lyric into Portuguese. Paulo Ramos performs the vocal and guitar. Paulo and J.F. live and perform in Montreal.

Currently, in collaboration with The Latest Craze with Running In Heelz - a hip-hop rap for the 2008 Election! Participant in BMI musical theater workshop in New York.



Regina Smoler, singer-songwriter from Highland Park, NJ, is currently receiving international accolades for her Brazilian song Certa Vez No Mes De Abril which was a top 20 finalist in the International Unisong contest. Since she began songwriting four years ago, her work has been described as fresh and engaging with great imagery,” by the judges from the Great American Song Contest. Several of her songs have made Top 10 lists at a music networking service and she was Funny Song Contest winner there for The Martha Stewart Gene featuring comic Buddy Flip. Regina is a featured artist at where her versions of Italian and French songs, as well as other musical styles have been licensed for film/TV. Her compositions have also taken her to Mars where her song, Klaatu Borada Nikto was featured on a CD published by the Mars Society. As a performer, she works regularly in local clubs in the northeast where she is as equally at home singing in Italian, Spanish, and French as well as contemporary standards and jazz. She continues to write and produce in her home studio with her husband Ken Smoler, and has collaborated with Art Hays (Matchbox Twenty.) jazz pianist John Bianculli, and guitarist, Jim Lahey(John Waite, Alison Krauss, Dennis DeYoung)