Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Ticket/CD Giveaway: Still Life Still, RAA, Rudely Interrupted

I've got a prize pack for The MuseBox show on 9 December feat. Rudely Interrupted (Australia), Still Life Still, and The Rural Alberta Advantage at Sneaky Dee's. If you get it, you'll get yourself 2 tickets to the Tuesday show, a copy of the RAA's album, Hometowns, and a copy of Rudely Interrupted's Dont Break My Heart EP (special UN edition).

What's this UN business, you ask? Well, Rudely Interrupted is a rock band whose members---5/6 of them---have physical and/or mental disabilities. They'll be playing in New York at the UN for International Day of Persons with Disabilities on 3 December, and are making a stop in Toronto before heading back overseas. Yes, this is a band on a mission, but it's a good one. And, the music's pretty okay, too. Chart Magazine has more on the band and the tour here.

Local greats the Rural Alberta Advantage and Still Life Still round out the bill of this unique show which promises much musical intensity. The RAA is one of the best unsigned acts in the country with a fantastic debut CD to their name. I listen to it a lot, as will you. I've yet to see indie rockers SLS, but after what I've heard, I have high expectations of their live show.

Download: "Frank, AB" from the Rural Alberta Advantage's Hometowns.

To win the prize pack, e-mail me at historyjenATgmailDOTcom with your name in the message and "I'm Rudely Interrupting You" as the subject line, and do so by Sunday night, December 7. You'll get the CDs at the show.
UPDATE: Got a winner. Thanks to everyone who entered!

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