5th Annual IAMA (International Acoustic Music Awards)

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usasong
Hi Guys:

I would like to invite you to enter the 5th Annual IAMA (International
Acoustic Music Awards). IAMA promotes excellence in Acoustic Music
Performance and Artistry.

Win prizes in 8 different categories: Best Male Artist, Best Female
Artist, Best Group/Duo, Folk/Americana/Roots, AAA/Alternative,
Instrumental, Open and Bluegrass/Country. There will also be an
Overall Grand Prize winner awarded to the top winner worth US$11,000,
which includes radio promotion to over 250 radio stations in US and
Canada!

Judging is based on excellence in music performance, songwriting/
composition and originality. Winners are selected by a panel of
established artists and industry professionals. Past winners include:
Charlie Dore, Fertilla & McClintock, Jen Foster, David Francey, Jason
Harwell, etc.

Please obtain the entry form at:
http://www.inacoustic.com/entryform.html

Or enter online here to get the FREE Sonicbids subscription worth $18
here, *FREE EARLY ENTRY BONUS: First 1,000 entrants will each receive
a FREE subscription to Sonicbids worth $18.00 (first 1,000 entrants,
must be entered by Oct 31st or earlier, so hurry!) :
http://www.sonicbids.com/iama2008

If you would like to listen to some of our past winners' songs, please
click on here on IAMA's myspace page:
http://www.myspace.com/inacoustic

Have a good week,

Jessica Brandon
Artists Relations
IAMA (International Acoustic Music Awards)
http://www.inacoustic.com
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Olivier Miakinen
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Le 25/08/2008 20:51, usasong a écrit :
Hi Guys:



Bonjour usasong. À tout hasard je te signale qu'on ne s'appelle pas
tous Guy.

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