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Civic Lubbock, Inc. call for entries for Lubbock Music NOW 2018

Provided by Civic Lubbock, Inc.

Civic Lubbock, Inc. announces that Call for Entries for Lubbock Music NOW 2018 are now being accepted and will run through April 30, 2018.

Music artists in a 100-mile radius of Lubbock who have played gigs in the city in the last year are invited to help create an album for the year in music. Musicians submit tracks to be narrowed down and selected by current and former members of the Texas branch of The Recording Academy (Texas Grammy Board).

To promote the project and song submissions, a launch event will be held during the First Friday Art Trail:

Lubbock Music NOW 2018 Launch Party presented by Mac’s Bar-B-Q and Catering

WHEN: 6pm to 9pm Friday, April 6, 2018
WHERE: Buddy Holly Center, 19th and Crickets Ave.
WHAT: Local musicians will play in a song swap celebrating the launch of the 2018 album. Copies of the 2017 album will be on sale for $5, and applications available to submit songs for the new album.

SCHEDULED TO PERFORM:
6pm: Gypsy Jayne, Jerry Serrano, Jim Dixon
7pm: Brian Findley, Derek Bohl, Hannah Jackson
8pm: Fellow American

Call for Entries information for the 2018 Lubbock Music NOW album can be found on the Civic Lubbock website:   http://civiclubbock.com/lubbockmusic.html

The Lubbock Music NOW project was developed by Civic Lubbock, Inc. in 2016 to honor and recognize musicians living in the Lubbock area “working the circuit,” and to give visitors a picture of what is produced on the local music scene.  The project compiles an album each year made up entirely of locally produced music. Winning entries receive a $200 prize and inclusion on the Lubbock Music NOW 2018 album on iTunes, Amazon and CD Baby.  The CD will also be available at the Buddy Holly Center, Ralph’s Records and other local businesses in the fall.

Civic Lubbock, Inc. is a non-profit organization created in 1956.  Its mission is to foster and promote arts and entertainment in Lubbock.

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