This is a 15 week contest with the first place prize of $1,000 cash!!!!!! The finals will be held at Harrah's VooDoo Lounge (Date to be determined,) no cover charge! Finalists have to be 21 to enter VooDoo Lounge!
Additional prizes are $750 2nd Place, $500 3rd place and all top five finalists will receive one hour of studio recording time!
Qualify at all participating bars. Weekly prizes awarded! You can win at multiple bars to increase your odds of winning a semi-final round. You can also win multiple nights (different days of the week) at the same bar! There will be a semi-final for each night the bar has contests. Once you win a semi-final contest you are in the finals!
You must be present to sign up for each nights contest and the contest will usually start within an hour and a half of normal karaoke start time.
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Participating Bars (More bars will likely be added)
Einar Selvik is a Norwegian musician who leads the project Wardruna, which creates modern folk music using ancient Nordic spiritual concepts and instruments. Vikings composer Trevor Morris brought Selvik onboard to contribute to the soundtrack for the History series, which explores similar themes of Old Norse history and spirituality. Selvik has even appeared on the show performing his compositions, which add authenticity and historical context to the series. Selvik stopped by the TVGuide.com office to show off some of the instruments he uses for Vikings : the bukkehorn, the tagelharpa and the lyre. The bukkehorn is a horn in both senses of the word -- a musical instrument made from the horn of a goat -- that creates a mournful sound perfect for funeral scenes. The tagelharpa is the oldest Scandinavian bowed instrument. It's a primitive, challenging instrument with three horsehair strings, but Selvik makes it sing. The lyre is a small harp that Selvik frequently uses for the score and has played on-screen. Check out the video to see how all of them come together to create Vikings ' haunting theme music. For more of Selvik's music, check out Wardruna on iTunes. Vikings airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on History.
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