Hey all!

Can each of you do us a HUGE favor?  Our former band and friends in THE GALLERY (facebook.com/thegallerymusic) are in a HUGE contest with 15 other unsigned bands to:

Be on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine (first unsigned band ever!).

Play on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

Get a Record Deal.

Please follow this link to give them 5 stars (it literally takes seconds and you only vote once).  Please tell all your friends as well.  This is an amazing band that has worked hard to get where they are now.

http://www.rollingstone.com/choosethecover/artists/the-gallery


Blessings guys, thanks for your love and support!

Team Blue Duck

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