Win A Chance To Play Glastonbury 2010

Glastonbury's finest. They're going to wish they had a shower in their tent.Q Magazine is co-operating with the organisers of Glastonbury festival to stage the 6th annual Emerging Talent competition. Any artist or band can upload 2 tracks on their website: http://qthemusic.com. The deadline for uploading entries is Monday 26th Jan.  You will need to supply the following to enter: a short biography of your act and some contact details , one photo (max file size of 1MB), up to two tracks (MP3 with a max file size of 5MB). Each band can only enter once and can only submit two songs –  each entry will cost £11.95 [the entry fee is to be used to cover the competition running costs, and presumably to filter out the less motivated]. Those that make it through the screening process will be invited to audition in front of a panel of judges including Glastonbury’s Emily Eavis, Q editor Paul Rees and Radio One’s Huw Stephens at the Pilton working men’s club, and could go on to win a slot on the Pyramid or Other stage at next year’s festival.

Of course, if this launches you to stardom, we’d be very glad to do your online distribution

27, M, U.K.

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