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Another contest...CMAFEST (FanFair) Must Be Near

The chance to sing on stage with your favorite artist is one of those once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and multi-Platinum country songstress Sara Evans is inviting fans to compete for the opportunity to win their moment in the sun with her Sara-oke Fan Club Party Challenge.
Sara is challenging her fan club members to choose a karaoke version of one of her big hits and record a video of themselves singing such Evans favorites as “No Place That Far,” “Born to Fly,” “I Could Not Ask for More,” “A Real Fine Place to Start,” or “Suds in the Bucket.” Fans can then post their video on Sara’s Fan Club YouTube channel in response to her contest video.
Three finalists will be chosen from the submissions, with the finalist videos being shown at Sara’s fan club party in Nashville on June 12, where fans can then vote on their favorite, with the winner invited on stage to perform that song live with Sara!
Complete Sara-oke rules and details, including Sara’s video invitation and more information about her fan club, are online now at
Sara’s Greatest Hits album, packed with 14 big songs, including all of the original hits above, is available now, and fans can also be listening for new music from Sara, on the radio this summer!


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