25 Feb 2013

CFUR, UNBC’s premiere (and only) campus radio station
is going to be assembling a Holiday album for sale
and distribution this late November-December.
Selected contributors’ pieces will be showcased
across Canada, as this cd will be a gift from CFUR to
community stations across the country.

All submissions must deal with themes of winter
holidays, winter activities, etc, including but not necessarily
limited to Christmas, Hannukah, New Year’s,
winter, snowflakes, too much eggnog and the like.
We’re looking for just about any genre. Punk rock,
metal, folk, pop, techno; whatever you’ve got, we want
it, holiday style. Go wild, experiment. It doesn’t have
to be happy. Make it honest, make it interesting, make
it funny. Your submission should reflect your view of
the holidays, creating an album that showcases a very
CFUR holiday season.

This is CFUR, for you, by you; how do you really feel

about the holidays? Make your track reflect all of the
wonderful dysfunctionality and unintentional good
cheer of the holiday season. Make it classic. Feel free
to use Public Domain classic holiday tracks (there are
lists on the internet) or to create your own original

This is a great opportunity to get your music played
at stations across Canada, so submit today! If you are
worried about the quality of your composition or a lack
of recording facilities, talk to us. CFUR will provide
recording facilities to all interested musicians, and
feedback about your song.

If interested (and you know you are) please email
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , with the header “HOLIDAY CD SUBMISSION”
or come to the office Mondays 10-5 and Thursdays
1-5, or contact Jordan at 250-960-7664. Tell your
friends, tell your neighbours, tell the Elvis impersonator
in front of Ave Maria’s.
Deadline November 20th.

Norm Coyne

Promotions Executive
Office 250 562 2441 ext. 362 |Cell 250 640-6670 | 150 Brunswick Street | Prince George BC V2L 5K9

Website: pgcitizen.ca

A little about me

ncoyne3Norm Coyne has been active in local arts, entertainment and promotions for 15 years. He developed the Scene PG to provide local artists and musicians with exposure as well as connect a broader audience to the events and talent Prince George has to offer.


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