BamaJam Battle of the Bands
The BamaJam Battle of the Bands competition is open to all and will afford six finalists the opportunity to perform a 30-minute set on Stage D at Verizon BamaJam 2010 in Enterprise, Al. Finalists will be judged by a panel of top-music industry professionals based on a set of criteria including marketability and talent.
"To participate in Verizon BamaJam on any level is among the most valuable experiences an artist can have," said Trey Wilson, Vice President of Live Entertainment, Ronnie Gilley Entertainment. "All six qualifiers will have a chance in the spotlight at Verizon BamaJam and one winner will have the experience of a lifetime with industry icon James Stroud producing a track for them."
Applications for the 2nd annual BamaJam Battle of the Bands may be submitted online at www.bamajammusicfestival.com from now until Wednesday, April 21. The selection committee will review submissions and announce six finalists on Monday, April 26.
Since being featured at last year's event, Atlanta-based group, Blackberry Smoke, has signed with BamaJam Records. They reached No. 3 on CMTs PURE COUNTRY Countdown and have been featured in music magazines such as Country Weekly and Strum Magazine.
With more than 40 top artists anticipated in the festival lineup, BamaJam Music and Arts Festival offers three days of non-stop activity, from concerts to camping, for tens of thousands of fans from around the world. The 2010 lineup already includes:
Kenny Chesney, Hank Williams Jr., Zac Brown Band, Gregg Allman, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, Disco Biscuits, Train, Travis Tritt, Citizen Cope, Buddy Guy, Gretchen Wilson, Danny Gokey, Rodney Atkins, Chris Young, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Alexa Carter, LoCash Cowboys, Houston County, Colt Ford, Rio Grand, The Grascals, Randy Houser, Jamey Johnson, Robert Earl Keen, Matt Kennon, Stoney LaRue, Lucero, Wayne Mills Band, Jake Owen, Blackberry Smoke, Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives, Jonathan Tyler and Northern Lights and Edgar WinteróWith more to come!
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