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Jack Daniel's Live n' Local BDO 2005!

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Jack Daniel's Live n' Local

It's back again. The chance for your band to open THE biggest day on the New Zealand music calendar.

The Big Day Out is back for 2005 and Jack Daniel's is once again letting one Kiwi band be the first to tear it up on stage at Ericsson in January.

It gets better. This competition is voted for by the public. No need to worry about grandma judges who don't understand your band's psychedelic surf instrumentals. Just win over the public and you'll win your spot at the Big Day Out!

Best of all you're only 5 minutes away from fame. All you need to do is register your band at www.jacklive.co.nz

ENDS

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