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Contest: Attend CBC's GO! with Justin Rutledge, The Bicycles

Ever wanted to catch a glimpse of what live radio looks like? CBC Radio One's Saturday morning comedy-variety show GO! is always a fun listen, but you can also reserve seats for free in advance and be a part of the live audience. Reserved seats often get scooped up quickly, but for an exciting upcoming episode of the show, the CBC has been kind enough to set aside tickets for seven blogTO readers and their sidekicks to check out the show at Glen Gould Studio.

On May 24th, led by host Brent Bambury, GO! will be celebrating Doors Open Toronto and for this special show will also exploring music and the amazing talents of the often-overlooked sidemen/sidewomen in bands. It'll be the bassists, the drummers, and the trianglists getting the spotlight. With live musical performances by Justin Rutledge and The Bicycles, it's sure to be a great experience, and an awesome way to start your Doors Open adventures.

Continue reading for your chance to go to GO!

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To get a pair of seats to the May 24th show, simply be one of the first seven people to post a comment below that reveals your favourite sideman/sidewoman in any band, and a brief explanation why you think they're awesome.

CBC Radio One: GO!
Records: Saturday, May 24th, 8:45am
Airs: 10am
Glen Gould Studio in the CBC Building
250 Front St. West

Photos of Brent Bambury, The Bicycles, and Justin Rutledge courtesy of the CBC.


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