Musicians can compete to win $10,000, perform at Rock & Roll Hall of Fame


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Greg Wohlford, Erie Times-News

Amateur solo artists and bands have a shot at winning $10,000 and a chance to perform at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

The Rock Hall and Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. have launched “From Garage to Glory,” a nationwide talent search, according to a statement. 

Through May 16, amateur solo artists and bands can enter the contest by visiting, submitting an original song and telling the story behind its inspiration, officials said. Three finalists will be chosen and music fans will be able to vote online for their favorite entry from June 21 through July 16.

The winner will not only get the cash, but will also perform at the hall’s Induction Fest in October in Cleveland.

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“Every city has great local bands and solo musicians who work relentlessly to get discovered,” said Greg Harris, president and CEO, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. “We’re excited to celebrate and reward that drive by providing aspiring musicians with this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.”

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