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Jeremy Vogt Band - Finalist in Breakout Bands Contest (We need your vote)

By: Jeremy Vogt (info at jeremyvogt dot com)
Monday, May 4, 2009 12:00:00 AM

  

Cool news!  We've been selected as one of 8 finalists in the RadioNow 100.9 Breakout Bands Contest.  Ultimately if we win, we will open for The Plain White T's at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 16th!

So, here's the rub.  WE NEED YOU TO VOTE!  On Thursday night (May 7th) at 7:30pm, we will battle against another band on RadioNow 100.9.  At that time you need to either text in a vote at 41009 or go to RadioNow1009.com to cast your vote for JVB.  Easy! 

If we win on Thursday night, they will be voting for the final four bands all day long on Friday, May 8th.  I'll send out another email on Friday if we win on Thursday night.

PASS THIS EMAIL ALONG TO ANYONE YOU CAN THINK OF WHO WILL BE AWAKE AT 7:30 on MAY 7TH.  Thanks for supporting local independent music!

Thanks to those who made the Rathskeller show! 

-Jeremy Vogt Band
http://www.reverbnation.com/jeremyvogtband 


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