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:: Call to Action: Vote for Chris Wolf!

By: Chris Wolf (chris at chriswolfmusic)
Thursday, March 26, 2009 1:32:00 AM


Hey! Check this out!! I could use a little Hoosier help to get Indiana to recognize a song I wrote!!

Could I get your vote, please?

Here is a cut and paste from an email I received last week.
"Dear Chris,
The International Songwriting Competition (ISC) has announced its finalists today. Congratulations, the song "Spotless" that you entered in Comedy/Novelty has been selected as a finalist.

Being selected an ISC finalist is an accomplishment that acknowledges true songwriting talent. With only 287 finalists chosen out of over 15,500 entrants, this is an extraordinary achievement, and we are very pleased to offer our congratulations."

Are you kidding me?!!! I couldn't believe it! You should check out some of the judges. Tom Waits! Rob Thomas! Sandra Bernhard! Weird Al! KT Tunstall ! David Brenner! Ray Davies! Loretta Lynn! The list goes on and on!
Billy Harvey won this for the Rock category in 2005 for "Frozen Through".

So if you go to this link and click "listen to the finalist songs and vote", you can vote for my song!! It's called
"Spotless". They are in alphabetical order so it's kinda down there. (Near the S's!)

You have to enter your email and then open a verifying return email to vote but you only do that once and then you can vote once a day till March 31st.
Help me get a respectable turnout! You know you need the good Karma!

Don't we all?!

P.S.-Tell all your friends and

Here's the video of the recording!!

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