Changes to the monthly competitions

Hi and welcome back to Amazing OurStage. We want to let you know that there will be changes to the prizes we are offering. Every month will be different.
This month we are awarding prizes of $100 to winners of the competition finals. In the future there will be prizes to help your musical career. Check back to find out.

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About Lazyeye

Norcross, GA

Lazyeye has played many great venues such as Smith’s Old Bar, Cotton Club, Masquerade, Ten High, Hard Rock, Eddie’s Attic and 40 Watt Club. Their songs have had multiple spins on the local rock radio stations. Their song “Perfect” was the 1 song of the year on for 2004. Lazyeye won the first ever battle of the bands contest with their song “When the Lights Go Out”. Howard Stern featured “When the Lights Go Out” on his radio show in October 2007. Lazyeye recorded a rock remix with Ludacris of his single “Get Back” and performed it with him on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and on the Spike TV Video Game Awards. The song is also featured in the remake of the movie “The Longest Yard.”

Chris (Bass) and Jacob (Guitar) have been writing Lazyeye music since 1996. All through high school, college, and the long journey since, they have been creating some of the most solid and memorable rock ever created. Their influences include but are not limited to: Led Zeppelin, Rage Against the Machine, Nirvana, Sublime, Bob Marley, Incubus, The Used, Breaking Benjamin, and too many more to name.

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