Ten Years After Connects With Fans: Calling All Guitarists Contest

Ten Years After-jpg.comLegendary band welcomes musicians playing along to album track, winner Zooms with group

FFO: Classic Rock, 1960s & 1970s, British Blues Rock, Psychedelic, Hard Rock, Jazz Rock

Even with ongoing social distancing in place and continuing COVID-19 restrictions most everywhere, Ten Years After wants to bring fans together. Wielding a renowned recording career and a history of momentous live performances, the group has added a twist in the lead up to the release of A Sting In The Tale Deluxe Edition.

Get involved and create

Available Mar. 19, 2021, via Deko Entertainment, in celebration of the band’s latest album, A Sting In The Tale Deluxe Edition, Ten Years After is welcoming guitarists to play along with the opening track, “Land of the Vandals.” In a contest geared toward six-string enthusiasts, submissions generally involve one chorus and an eight-bar guitar break. Participants are to submit a recorded video playing to the provided track, either professionally filmed or from a phone. Remember, official entry is required.

Drummer Ric Lee, keyboardist Chick Churchill, guitarist and singer Marcus Bonfanti and bass player Colin Hodgkinson will choose contest favorites. According to Deko Entertainment, the winners receive a personal Zoom call from Ten Years After and a chance to talk about A Sting In The Tale Deluxe Edition and more. There is also merchandise for the runners-up.

***Visit Deko Entertainment for information and instructions about entering!***

Not just for guitarists

The first one hundred purchasers of A Sting In The Tale Deluxe Edition will be given access to a Town Hall Zoom gathering for questions and answers with Ten Years After’s Ric Lee and Chick Churchill.

For more information, visit:

Ten Years After Official Homepage

Deko Entertainment


Paul Wolfle-jpg.comPaul Wolfle, the publisher of musicinterviewmagazine.com, is a web-based journalist who has written for several popular sites. Paul has a passion for connecting with a diversity of musicians who are looking to grow a positive presence on the World Wide Web.


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