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Win a live recording on Monday nite


Win a live recording on Monday nite & a run of 50 CDs

Hi there

This Monday and every Monday win a live recording and 50 Cds! Its fun, friendly and relaxed and the winner is voted by the audience, so bring all your mates along to vote for you!!!

It's the CDS Productions Open Mic Night Competition!!!

Season tickets also now available. EVERY Monday until the end of the year for just $40! Save $150! Either pick one up at the bar or let us know if you'd like one and we'll arrange it to be sent out.

So be here, with your friends and you could well be up for a free live recording (all finalists) and a run of 50 CDs (30 for the runner up). This final will be on Monday 30th June so put it in your diaries!!

The rules are simple: * All performance genres welcome eg music, comedians, poets, storytellers etc etc * Each Monday's winner will be voted by the audience * One vote ONLY per audience member or performer per night * You can enter as many times as you like * Bring your friends to cheer you on and vote for you * You can vote for yourself

CDS Productions (Creative Disk and Sound) offers musicians and other artists wanting to make an audio production, a place to create, record and produce a finished product under one roof. Our main focus is to provide an affordable quality service to the local music industry, assisting local artists by enabling them to produce a professional looking and sounding product on CD or other media. We can provide assistance in:

* Recording of solo artists and small ensembles. * Digital mastering of audio to CD or other media. * CD and cassette duplication. Runs from 1-1000 very welcome * Design of artwork and packaging for the final product.

All enquiries are welcome, happy customers and positive results for the artist is our goal.

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