MÖTLEY CRÜE: Photos, Video Footage Of 'Guitar Center' Press Conference Available
MÖTLEY CRÜE held a press conference earlier today (Thursday, July 31) to announce the launch of "Guitar Center On-Stage" — Your Chance To Make Rock History. Check out a short video clip of the event below. Photos can be found at Getty Images.
"Guitar Center On-Stage" and the world's most notorious rock band will provide one up-and-coming band the ultimate, career-altering opportunity — the chance to open on tour for rock icons MÖTLEY CRÜE. Starting today, through September 21 2008, bands across the United States are invited to submit their music at www.makerockhistory.com for a chance to win a prize package that includes an opening slot on MÖTLEY CRÜE's 2009 U.S. tour (dates to be announced at a later date), $25,000 cash, $20,000 in exclusive new gear from Gibson Guitar, management from Tenth St. Entertainment, and a recording deal from Eleven Seven Music, MÖTLEY's management and record label.
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