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Jenny Willott MP announces Cardiff Central Rock the House 2014 nominee

May 1, 2014 10:27 AM


Jenny Willott, Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, has today announced singer-songwriter Sau as her nomination for Parliamentary music competition Rock the House.

Jenny Willott MP said:

"Cardiff Central has a rich and varied musical scene; it is a pleasure to showcase some of this talent to the panel of industry-leading judges who will preside over determining the overall winners. I wish Sau the best of luck as the competition progresses!"

Sponsored by industry and supported by a host of celebrity Patrons, Rock the House is a fantastic opportunity for British musicians to gain priceless exposure and win fantastic prizes.

Founded by Mike Weatherley MP, the competition offers the opportunity for the UK's 'creatives' to have their work judged by the leading lights of industry and win prizes ranging from festival slots, studio time and equipment to name a few!

Rock legend and actor, Alice Cooper said:

"Rock the House is a great project which celebrates the fantastic diversity of the British music scene and gives musicians a vehicle through which to hold their legislators accountable about protecting the music industry's intellectual property."

Competition Founder Mike Weatherley MP said:
"The UK has the most phenomenal creative industries, and all musicians that enter are guaranteed exposure as every record is listened to by our all-star industry panel of Judges. The prizes are fantastic - from musical equipment to festival slots - and the message that musician's intellectual property rights must be protected gets better understood every year in Parliament."

For more information go to www.rockthehousehoc.com