Macon band in VH1 music contest | News
A band of five guys needs your help to reach fame.
VH1 has a Make a band famous contest and Good Night Alive wants you to help move them on to the final round of voting.
Bobby McCullough, one of the members of the band, told us how they got past the first round of competition by submitting a song to VH1. "Over 2,000, there's about 2,500 original artists who submitted something and VH1 handpicked 60 artists out of those 2,500 and we were one of the top 60. So right now, there's open voting to the public and what they're going to do is take the top 24 and those 24 will head to the finals in New York City to compete to be number one and get a record deal."
Lead singer Zack Horton explained how the band came together. He said, "We actually met at our local church. We played on the worship team together at our church and just kind of started playing music together, formed friendships and just started writing music together."
Horton says to help them move on in the competition, fans have to use Twitter to vote. "So to vote for us, you would tweet whatever you want as a #MABF which stands for 'Make a Band Famous' and #GoodNightAlive. So as long as those two hashtags are in the same tweet, that's a vote for us. you can do that as many times as you want. You can even retweet what someone said with those hash tags, and that counts as a vote."
Voting for this round will continue until June 5th.