Just over a month ago my band, Reaul, opened for Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato at SantaSlam. This happened because of loyal fans like you voting everyday for us. Reaul has another opportunity to open for Jane’s Addiction and The Roots on Feb. 5th for the Rolling Stone Super Bowl Tailgate Party. We need your help again to win this contest. All you have to do is vote for our song “Circle City Lights” once a day, everyday starting Monday, Jan. 23rd.

Here’s how it works. You can vote once per day, every day! The online voting begins Monday Jan. 23rd at 8 AM EST and ends on Sunday Jan. 29th at 8 PM EST. To vote, you will need to sign up for an account on Do317.com/join or you can use Facebook connect. Sign in and simply click on the blue “Vote” button next to Reaul’s song “Circle City Lights.” Each email address will be allotted one vote per day, so vote early and often!

If we win, one person who voted will receive a FREE ticket worth $500 to see Reaul open for Jane’s Addiction. Here is the link to vote: http://do317.com/rollingstonecontest/reaul

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