Give us your tired, your poor, your wretched rendition of a song or video by your favorite band or artist and the winner will get a pair of free passes to the 2009 SXSW Music Festival.
By Web EditorThursday January 29, 2009 03:46 pm EST
Consider this our stimulus package for broke and busted music fans of Atlanta.
Give us your tired, your poor, your wretched rendition of a song or video by your favorite band or artist (Atlanta-based or not) and the winner selected by CL will get a pair of free passes to check out the 1,800-plus acts performing at the 2009 SXSW Music Festival in Austin, March 18-22.-
To enter, join CL on YouTube, upload a video of yourself singing the song of your choice or reenacting a video from any artist or band, and add it to our group. Be creative. Be crazy. Be for real. We'll post our favorite entries - funny or serious - on this here blog.-
Join CL's YouTube group and please tag your video with "CLATL-SXSW." Contest runs from now until Feb. 13. Only one entry per contestant. The winners will be chosen and announced by Wed., Feb. 18. Travel and accommodations not included. CL reserves the right to publish any material entered into this contest.
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