Local Music

Battle of the Land Semifinals will Rock Tower City this Weekend

Fans will narrow top 16 acts down to four in local music competition sponsored by Bedrock and iHeartMedia

By Ashley Lubecky

The second annual Battle of Land competition continues this Saturday, Oct. 1, and Sunday Oct. 2 at Tower City, from 2 p.m. -6 p.m. each day.  Sixteen semifinalist musicians will be narrowed down to four, and will go on to compete for the grand prize on Saturday Oct. 8. The grand prize winner of this year's competition will be awarded $5,000 in cash, a music video by award winning producer Logan Kyngston, 10 hours of studio time at Black Lava Recording Studio, an exclusive radio interview with “The Insomniac” at iHeartRadio’s studio...

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 Best Neighborhood Bar: Merry Arts Pub and Grill and Best Bartender: Amanda Popikl
15607 Detroit Ave., Lakewood

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