The Band Perry, GRAMMY Amplifier Initiative Seeking Submissions From Emerging Artists
The Band Perry are part of the team of curators searching for emerging artists in need of a big break. Now through February 20, musicians of all genres can submit songs for the GRAMMY Amplifier program, where fans help amplify these artists to help give them a chance to win one of three life-changing, career-making grand prizes.
The third-annual GRAMMY Amplifier program benefits fans, as well. Discover new music and support your favorites by amplifying their songs -- every listen and every share via Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr moves that artist one step closer to becoming one of 25 finalists in line to be mentored by curators the Band Perry, Ziggy Marley and Allen Stone. Mark Ronson is the 2015 GRAMMY Amplifier Ambassador.
From that field of 25, the team of curators and Ronson will decide finalists, and eventually, three winners. Prizes include a studio recording session with a GRAMMY-winning producer, filming and starring in your own music video or securing an opening slot for a noted musician or at a well-known festival.
The third-annual GRAMMY Amplifier program is a partnership between Hyundai and the Recording Academy. It’s aimed at mentoring emerging artists and providing them with opportunities to showcase their talent.
Artists from all genres of music are welcome to submit songs through the GRAMMY Amplifier website, and it couldn’t be easier to discover how your faves are faring. Check out the real-time play counter above each artist’s profile, and then check to see how he, she or they stack up against the rest.