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Steve Graham | steven@whatradio.com
Published: Tuesday, April 16, 2013, 10:03 a.m.

Ticket giveaway to Tony Kevin Jr. and Ben Fisher 'Tribute Show'

This Wednesday night, Artist Home Booking is set to present a new concert series. If you are not familiar with Artist Home, they are the wonderful people responsible for booking Doe Bay Fest, Slack Fest and the new Timber! Outdoor Music Festival.

This new project is the "Tribute Show" series, which will feature two songwriters covering each other's songs and discussing what the song means to them.

The artists playing the very first "Tribute Show" are Tony Kevin Jr. and Ben Fisher. These two are releasing a CD together and you get a copy with the purchase of your $13 ticket which you can buy here. The show will start at 8:30 p.m. at the Rendezvous in Seattle.

You can also get tickets by winning them right here! We are doing a ticket giveaway through the blog for one pair of tickets. All you have to do to enter is send me an email to steven@whatradio.com with "Tribute Show" in the subject line and your name. A winner will be selected Wednesday morning.

Listen to Kevin and Fisher's "Don't Tell Mama" EP here.

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