Music artists compete for the chance to record a song on the same album as legendary artists. Contest helps bring awareness to child slavery, just as the ‘We Are The World’ song brought awareness to African famine almost 30 years ago.
Online PR News – 28-April-2014 – Los Angeles, CA – ‘Rock Against Trafficking’ recently launched the ‘Rock Against Trafficking Sting-Cover Contest’ on TalentWatch.net. The online competition is open to solo artists and bands of all ages around the world.
The winning artist or band will be flown out to Producer, Gary Miller's studio in Malibu, California to record a song that will appear with rock-n-roll legends on the 'Set Them Free' album. The first artists who have either recorded or committed to record for this album are all Grammy Award or Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame winners or nominees, including Fergie, Steven Tyler, Slash, Heart, Julian Lennon, En Vogue, Glenn Hughes, and Andy Fraser. For a full description of prizes, go to the ‘Rock Against Trafficking Sting-Cover Contest’ page at TalentWatch.
The first 500 contestants who enroll in the contest will be put into a hat with the lucky winner receiving an ESP Guitar, signed by some of the legendary artist's performing on this album.
All net proceeds go to 'Rock Against Trafficking,' a non-profit organization established to create global awareness of the horrors of child labor and sex trafficking and provide critical resources to the most effective organization partners fighting to abolish it.
TalentWatch enables industry professionals to stage online music competitions for artists around the world. Its mission is to give aspiring music artists an equal chance to be discovered. It's the only destination on the web where music artists showcase their talent and tell their story in an engaging and entertaining video-driven format. Fans rate artists on their talent, entertainment and likeability, giving every music artist an equal chance to rise to the top.