BOB DAISLEY To Serve As Patron Of 'Rock The House' Live Music Competition

Legendary bassist Bob Daisley (OZZY OSBOURNE, BLACK SABBATH, RAINBOW, URIAH HEEP, GARY MOORE) will serve a patron for Rock The House, the parliamentary live music competition which supports the U.K. live music industry and promotes the importance of intellectual property rights.

Rock The House sees MPs (Members of Parliament) nominate the best live musicians and music venue from their constituencies. Now in its second year, it has become the single most participated-in Parliamentary competition with a massive 165 MPs submitting nominations — including the Prime Minister David Cameron and the Secretary of State for Culture, Media & Sport, Jeremy Hunt.

The finalists will be announced on May 23, with the live finals competition being held on May 30 in last year's joint winner in the live music venue category, the Bedford in Balham. Winners will be invited to play a live set on the terrace of the House of Commons in the evening.

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