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Its Here!!! The York Street Acid Test 2001!!!!

The Temple's songwriting and performance competition, again, this year promises to be a dynamite event!!

Prize packages include a $5,000 recording package at the prestigious York Street Recording Studios, duplication of 500 CDs at NZ's leading replicator of digital media, Software Images, guaranteed airplay on Channel Z and a host of other opportunities aimed at launching music industry careers (check prize package details at http://www.temple.co.nz/Prizes.htm)

The 12 action packed heats of 6 entrants per heat happen at the Temple every Sunday starting at 7pm sharp, kicking off this Sunday 12th August.

This weeks talent is: Joshna, Jharpa, Easy Tiger, Deborah Wai Kapohe and Sam Benge (Thin Air), Chocolate Fish and Alen & Martin.

Check out the rest of the competition entrants at http://www.temple.co.nz/York_Street_2001_schedule.htm

Feel free to contact the Temple if you would like further information.

For anyone who is still keen to enter - there is a waiting list. You can enter off the Temple website at www.temple.co.nz

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