Budding video directors, Brad Paisley wants you!
Thursday, December 11, 2008
– If you want to start a band, consider hooking up with Brad Paisley. Or at least his video contest. With a nod to Start a Band,
the top 10 duet with Keith Urban from Paisley's new album, "Play," the Start a Band Green Screen Challenge at bradpaisley.com/green invites fans to access concert footage of Paisley and build their own music video. Fan can start a band with Paisley, inserting themselves or others into the video to take on the Urban portion of the duet or add in their own inventive backdrops.
The site offers several different options of Paisley footage plus links to tutorials and other information to allow budding videographers to put their skills to use. Paisley will personally pick his favorites for posting on bradpaisley.com.
The grand prize winner will take home a Sony High Definition Handycam Camcorder and an autographed copy of "Play." Ten runners up will also win an autographed CD as well as a Flip Video Camcorder.
The contest is underway now and runs until 1 p.m. eastern time on Jan. 19, 2009.
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