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Thanks, everyone, for voting on Group 1 last week. Doug Burr was the obvious winner far and above all the competion. Way to go Doug!
Now on to Group 2! But first, a recap of the rules, in case you forgot any:
You are allowed only one vote per one-on-one match. No unfairly voting numerous times for the person you want to win.
To vote, leave a comment with who you think should win each of the six face-offs below. Put in a valid e-mail when you leave your comment (or your WordPress ID). I won’t keep your e-mail or anything, but I need to do this in order to keep it a little more kosher.
You have 5 days (120 hours) to vote on the bands. So if I put up a match on Friday at 7 am, then I will count the votes on the following Wednesday at 7 am. You have until that time to send in your vote. All votes after that time will not be counted.
If there are no questions, here are your bands for this group, along with a sample song to help in voting:
Alright, ladies and gents, welcome to Christian Music Superbowl I. Before the polls open, let’s review the rules:
Every match in the Superbowl (until the final pair-off on February 3) will consist of four opponents all competing head-to-head in six one-on-one matches of pure, solid, music mayhem. You, the reader, will get to decide who wins. I humbly suggest you judge the artists based principally on their music, but use whatever characteristics you want – looks, attitude, best useage of the word “sweater” (Go, mewithoutYou, go!).