SATELLITES & SIRENS ANNOUNCE "JUMP START MY HEART" COVER SONG CONTEST by Dream Records on 2014-07-09 10:54:44
Los Angeles, CA (July, 2014) — Satellites & Sirens is proud to announce their first cover song contest for their hit single, "Jump Start My Heart". With the recent success of their single doing well at radio, their new album launch One Noise and a busy touring schedule, the guys took time out to invite their fans to submit versions of the song by recording their own style of it on video.
The top 10 most viewed videos will be entered to win 1 of 5 prizes that include anything from a pair of tom shoes, live chats, autograph copies of One Noise or even performing their version of the song live on stage with the group. The team at DREAM Records and the guys in Satellites & Sirens will select the winners after the deadline to upload the videos on September 1st. For instructions on how to enter, to download the instrumental track and/or download the chord chart, go to http://www.dreamrecords.org/contest.
Nashville, TN based, Satellites & Sirens are no where near to slowing down. In March 2014, they released a new album titled “One Noise”, a testament to their passion for innovation, love for God and worship. Their latest release perfectly blends their synth, rock, and pop influences into a 12 song album sure to please current fans and brand new fans alike.
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DREAM was founded in 2008 to provide artists with a genuine approach to how real artist development should be done. By allowing for a partnership as a business model, Dream’s artists empower themselves to develop and carry out a real vision for their lives as they affect other people’s lives with their music and message. Incorporating social media, press, radio and touring it’s allowing it’s artists grow together as a family.
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