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CAPITAL REGION BLUES NETWORK PRESENTS THE BLUES BAND SHOWDOWN
Saturday, Aug 3, 2013 - 7:00 pm, $12.00
Tickets $12 / $8 for CRBN Members



BAND REGESTRATION AND INFO

The Blues Band Showdown pits 4-6 local blues bands against each other for a chance to win a prize package worth more than $1500 and the right to compete in the Blues Foundation's International Blues Challenge in Memphis.

This year's Blues Band Showdown will include Joe Lowry and The Second Mile Blues Band, Jimy Graham, and Holly & Evan!

The winner will be chosen by combining the judges' scores with audience vote, so be sure to cast your ballot for your favorite act of the night!

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