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Hey Heavy Harmonies folk!!



So everyone knows about the Open for Bon Jovi contest. Well TANGO DOWN is entered . So please hit the below link and like the bands video. Also 7th Heaven and Hardline are also entered in the Open for Bon Jovi contest.


So again, go to the website and hit like on these two fantastic and talented band. Got to support everyone in the scene. Let's get as many of our own up on the score board as possible. You'd be hard pressed to find two better bands than the above mentioned that deserve this great opportunity. Goodluck to them!!




Thanks Everyone!!


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