St. Leon Band Hoping To Clinch Safe Auto Contest

February 28, 2014
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My Brothers Keeper of St. Leon hope the votes keep coming on Friday.

My Brothers Keeper of St. Leon were in studio in February and will be at the Big 4 on Friday night.

Over 318,000 votes, and more are needed to reach first place Friday night.

St. Leon band My Brothers Keeper hope the votes keep coming for a chance to win $5,000 and possibly appear in a future Safe Auto advertising campaign.

The local bluegrass band entered the Safe Auto Jingle Competition and advanced to a current second place spot in the national contest.

They hope to continue getting support as the competition deadline is Friday at 11:59 p.m.

The band is listed as Brittany and the Brothers on the competition website. Tri-state singer Brittany Gillstrap provided the vocals for their submission.

Anyone can vote and as many times as they would like.

The band will get a large quantity of votes from downtown Batesville Friday night. My Brothers Keeper is hosting a voting party at the Big 4 Café on South Depot Street from 6 p.m. to midnight.

“We’ll be playing, there will be door prizes, and a grand prize is an autographed guitar from My Brothers Keeper,” said Ben Luckhaupt, one of three brothers that are in the band.

For those interested in attending just bring a laptop and get ready to vote, Luckhaupt added.

Click here to watch or vote for their Safe Auto submission >>

Currently, Angie Gillespie from Independence, Kentucky, is in first place with over 370,000 votes.

 

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