Bands Announced for SPAC Battle of the Bands! Let the Voting Begin…

SPAC Battle of the Bands 2013

Let the voting begin!

The entries are in for the fourth annual SPAC Battle of the Bands, and online voting has now begun.

38 bands have entered the competition this year, and they have each posted a music video for you to watch. Your vote will help decide one of the finalists. Voting is open now through 11:59pm on Wednesday (May 8), which means that you only have three days to vote.

GO HERE to cast your vote…

The top online vote-getter will perform in the finals of the SPAC Battle of the Bands at the Spa Little Theater in Saratoga Springs at 7pm on Friday, May 24, along with nine other finalists who will be chosen by the SPAC Selection Committee. The 10 finalists will each have 10 minutes to performance their original songs, and the grand prize winners will be announced at the end of the evening’s competition. Tickets are currently on sale priced at $20.

This year, two winners will be selected – one by popular vote of fans in attendance, and one by the panel of judges, which includes Richard Pawelczyk of NYC’s Webster Hall, Donna Eichmeyer of Live Nation, New York and yours truly, Greg Haymes of

Here is the list of the bands who have entered this year’s battle. So vote early, vote often and may the best bands move on to the final round of competition. And stay tuned to Nippertown – the 10 finalists will be announced on Friday (May 10):

A Little More Us
A World For You
Alchemy of Time
Anthony Fallacaro
Autumn’s Shroud
Call Security
Fiction for Bandits
Frank Palangi
Ghosts on 33rd
Going Green
Hug the Dog
Invasive Species
Jay Lindsey Graham Band
Jes Hudak
Matty Burns
Psychic Revolution
Rites of Ash
River Eater
The Assortment of Crayons
The Good Guys
The Hearing Aides
The Lucky Jukebox Brigade
The Margo Macero Project
The Mustard Band
The North & South Dakotas
The Racer
The WonderBeards
The Renaissance
Wagner 3000

1 Comment
  1. Andrew Gregory says

    There doesn’t seem to be a limit on how many votes one person can cast, whether it’s per day, per hour, per computer, etc. One person, if they wanted too, could skew the results by voting as fast as they can click a mouse button.

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