Top Ten Finalists In Andrew Peterson Video Contest For Rest Easy Now Online For Fan Voting

Voting Period August 14-21 At

http://www.facebook.com/andrewpetersonmusic/app_195611817141370

It’s the halfway point for Andrew Peterson’s video contest for his new single, Rest Easy.  The ten finalists are now online athttp://www.facebook.com/andrewpetersonmusic/app_195611817141370 and voting will run through August 21st.  All ten finalists will receive a copy of Peterson’s new album, Light for the Lost Boy, which releases August 28th.

The video winner will be selected on the 21st and will receive a $1,000 cash prize and the top three finalists will be awarded $50.00.  The official music video will air on Peterson’s YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter pages.

Peterson will host the official album release concert with full band for Light for the Lost Boy, September 21, 2012 at the third annual Hutchmoot event in Nashville.  The event sold out inSEVEN MINUTES this year and registrants’ name badges will be their ticket to the concert.  Only the show is open to the general public and tickets are available online at www.rabbitroom.com.  Tickets are $12.00 and with the purchase of Peterson’s new CD and concert ticket the cost is $18.00.  The concert will be at Collins Alumni Auditorium on the Lipscomb University campus and starts at 7:30 pm.

For more information on Andrew Peterson and his new album please visit online at www.andrew-peterson.com.

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