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This singing competition benefits Erath County Habitat for Humanity. Here's how to enter.

If you can belt out a tune, now’s your chance to showcase your talent.

Entries are now being accepted for A Voice for Habitat, a talent competition benefiting Erath County Habitat for Humanity.

The competition gives performers the exposure they need to break into the music scene with opportunities to meet casting directors, talent scouts, magazine writers and professional musicians. Courtney Patton, who reached No. 2 on iTunes with her new album last week, and Jason Eady, who will perform at the Grand Ole Opry on Nov. 18, will serve as this year’s judges.

Board president Stacy Morrison told Beneath the Surface News that contestants must first fill out an online application, pay a $25 registration fee and submit a video before the Nov. 4 deadline.

Live auditions will take place on Nov. 19 and finalists will compete on Jan. 14 in the main auditorium at Tarleton State University’s Fine Arts Center.

Cash prizes will be awarded with $1,000 going to first place, $500 to second and $250 to third.

There will also be a People’s Choice Award, which will be determined by donations to Erath County Habitat for Humanity in each contestant’s name.

It’s an exciting opportunity and tickets to watch the final show on Jan. 14 will also be sold.


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