Thursday, 17 June 2010

[creative-radio] Canadian Musicians! Enter the David Suzuki 'Playlist For The Planet' contest

Musicians! Enter the David Suzuki 'Playlist For The Planet' contest.

David Suzuki wants you to... write a song! September 2010 marks our 20th
anniversary. To celebrate, we're launching the *Playlist for the Planet*,
which brings together some of Canada's finest songwriters and performers,
including Joel Plaskett, Bruce Cockburn, Broken Social Scene, k-os, Gordon
Lightfoot, Randy Bachman (with Sarah McLachlan and Nikki Yanofsky), DOA, Tom
Jackson, Johnny Reid, Raffi, LIGHTS, Jessie Farrell, Rush, The Trews, Great
Big Sea, and Tanya Tagaq.

But since a clean, healthy, sustainable planet is something we all need,
we're putting out a Canada-wide call for songwriters of all levels to bring
their talents forward.

If you write songs, play in a band, or have a favourite group, make sure you
join the *Playlist for the Planet* on the CBC Radio 3
website<>— you could even win a Gibson
Guitar from Long & McQuade.

A *Playlist for the Planet* CD and downloadable album will be released by
Universal Music this October, — maybe your song will be part of it. We hope
to emerge with an anthem — a song that will inspire us all!

If you want to hear some songs, upload your songs, or learn more about
the *Playlist
for the Planet*, go to CBC Radio 3. New songs will be coming in all summer,
so stay tuned on our Twitter <> and
Facebook <> pages.

*All entrants must submit songs via the CBC Radio 3

*We will not accept mailed CDs or music.*

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