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Goldspot On KCRW and On Stage

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KCRW has gone podcast crazy and last week launched their first "music" cast with KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic showcasing local talent. Their first guest was Goldspot -- a rock/pop band with traditional indian music sensibilities.

The band takes their show to the stage tomorrow night with a show at the Troubador and we want to send you and a guest to the show. No big contest entry form this time. The first person to email us the name of the song by Goldspot that caught the attention of KCRW's Nic Harcourt (which is also on their union records release Tally of the Yes Men) will get the tix.

Send now!