The Band Perry, Others Curate GRAMMY Amplifier
January 28, 2015 at 8:18 AM (PT)
THE BAND PERRY is one of three curators for the third annual GRAMMY Amplifier initiative. Along with fellow curators ZIGGY MARLEY and ALLEN STONE, they will work alongside GRAMMY Amplifier Ambassador MARK RONSON to vet talent via online submissions and select three winners in the innovative online music mentoring program in partnership with HYUNDAI and THE RECORDING ACADEMY.
"We couldn't be more excited to continue our dedication not only to the GRAMMYs but to the celebration and support of making music," stated HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA Dir./Marketing & Communications DAVID MATATHIA. "The Amplifier program and our partnership with the GRAMMYs allow HYUNDAI to celebrate innovation and creativity through a truly unique and inspiring platform."
The three individual winners as selected by the curators and Ambassador will be awarded one of the following: a studio recording session with a GRAMMY winning producer; filming and starring in their own music video with a noted director; or securing an opening spot for a noted musician and/or at a music festival. Artists may enter submissions via the Amplifier program website for consideration. Twenty-five finalists will be chosen based upon their track plays and social media amplifications and brought together for a mentorship experience before being whittled down by curators for a short list of finalists.
For more information on the GRAMMY Amplifier program, visit www.GRAMMYamplifier.com.