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Contest: Fembots "Calling Out" CD Release Show

FemBots are back with a much anticipated fourth album "Calling Out" and will be rolling through town for a CD release show on Friday at the Music Gallery.

Returning to their origins somewhat by once again incorporating "junkstruments" (think stuff found in the garbage, toys, and power tools), Calling Out is being called their strangest yet most straightforward album yet.

blogTO has a pair of tickets to see the FemBots on Friday, and a handful of their new CDs to give away to lucky readers.

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CONTEST ENTRY:
To win, all you have to do is post a comment below at or after 3pm blogTO time today with the answer to the following question: In addition to playing this Friday at The Music Gallery, where in Toronto will they again by playing on November 7th? Please use a valid email address, so we can contact you for prize claim details. Must be an Ontario resident.

The first person to meet the above criteria win:
- a pair of tickets to the show on September 26th
- a copy of the new Fembots CD "Calling Out"

The second, third, fourth, and fifth people to meet the above criteria win:
- a copy of the new Fembots CD "Calling Out"

EVENT DETAILS:
FemBots CD Release Show (w/ special performance of the play Pelee by Erin Brandenburg and Lauren Taylor)
Friday, September 26, 2008
The Music Gallery, St George-the-Martyr Anglican Church (197 John St.)
Tickets are $12.00/$15.00 in advance (plus any additional fees) at Soundscapes, Rotate This and online at Ticketweb.
Doors at 7:30pm, Show at 8pm

Band photo: Iner Souster.


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