JANE'S ADDICTION will be partnering with Guitar Center to offer an unsigned artist a chance to open for the band through the innovative Guitar Center On-Stage program.
Guitar Center announced their partnership with JANE'S ADDICTION for the third installment of their groundbreaking unsigned artist program Guitar Center On-Stage. The program offers one unsigned band the career-altering opportunity to open for JANE'S ADDICTION as part of their summer album launch tour in Los Angeles, New York and Chicago as well as; $20,000 in new gear from Gibson and Epiphone, a $10,000 Guitar Center shopping spree and a mentoring session from Prospect Park, the management team behind JANE'S ADDICTION. Unsigned bands nationwide can submit their music now at GConstage.com.
Guitar Center On-Stage: JANE'S ADDICTION is another example of Guitar Center's ongoing commitment to developing unique programming that provides unsigned artists and bands career altering opportunities. Previous editions of Guitar Center On-Stage featured MTLEY CRE and KISS, with the MTLEY CRE winning band, THE LAST VEGAS, going on to win iTunes critics' 2009 "Rock Single of the Year" with their hit single "I'm Bad".
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