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2011 New Band Showcase Winners*
Congratulations to the New Band Showcase winners and thanks to everyone who entered and voted!

Online voting Top 10 (listed by number of votes received)
Imminent
Miracle
For The Broken
Merger
Beggars
Fue
My Maker And I
A City Under Siege
Da MAC (Da Music About Christ)
The Sacred Eternal

Bands chosen by our industry panel (listed alphabetically)
Blood And Water
From Indian Lakes
Gatlin Elms
Josiah James
Milano
Sam Robertson

All winners will play on Main Stage. A Grand Prize winner will be entered into a national online contest** where the winner will receive an invite to over 20 major festivals for 2012.

For a complete list of the New Band Showcase bands, go here.

*Subject To Change
**Details coming soon.

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Thanks and I hope to see you next month,
John Herrin
Cornerstone Festival Director

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