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 Blame Eddie

Etobicoke, Canada

Blame Eddie, is a musician by heart and an independent artist. His passion for music is driven by the rock genre, but his style isn’t limited to one type. It’s been describe as unique by artists in all genres around the world. From gospel to hard core they all blame Eddie for the sweets sounds and unique style.

In 2007, he played with F.E.C.M. and together they preformed for On the Rocks a charity for the Sic Kids Foundation, at the Opera House in Toronto. While working with F.E.C.M he also played at a few smaller venues in Toronto. During 2008, shortly after the birth of his son Eddie Jr., Eddie left F.E.C.M. to become a solo artist once again. Since that time he has been promoting his music online using social networking tools such as myspace, reverbnation, twitter and facebook. Recently the network labels IMRadio, PureVolume, and 11 others have also been promoting his music as well.

Being a musician runs in the family with his grand-father being a drummer and trumpet player (simultaneously when needed) in the big band Mart Kenney and the Seven Western Gentlemen, who the first to go live to air from Toronto’s Royal York hotel. Growing up music was in his home with his dad playing drums, and he started playing guitar at the age of 10, and hasn’t stopped since. Along with the rhythm and lead guitar he also enjoys playing the bass, and dabbles in drums.

According to Eddie the best way to create music is to close your eyes and feel the expression. The music knows where it wants to go. Keep spreading the luv of music... it’s what we do best. You know who to blame ; )

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