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Macy Gray Is Playing a Private Show, Wanna Go?
We'll admit it, our last contest for Macy Gray might have been too hard. We have a winner for that contest and now we have Nine more pairs of tickets to give away.
Macy is going to be playing a private show Thursday night, March 8th, and we wouldn't be surprised if you got a heaping helping of some of her new CD, Big. And we want to send you there to check it out if you're fans.
So here's what we're gonna do. To enter this contest tell us in the comments either what you think is the Best restaurant in LA or what you think the Worst is. If you really wanna go crazy and tell us both, go for it, but please only enter once and leave your real email address (which only we can see) so we can get back to you to get you your tickets if you win.
This is certain to be an unforgettable show in a very intimate setting. If we weren't jetting off to Austin on Thursday you bet we'd be right there with you.
Deadline is 4:20pm today -- so get to it!
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