Good luck to them!!!

Saskatoon band in finals of Rolling Stone contest
Saskatoon throwback rockers the Sheepdogs have advanced to be one of two finalists in Rolling Stone’s cover competition.
The magazine’s “Do You Wanna Be A Rock & Roll Star” contest began in February with 16 acts, which were whittled down through online voting.
The other finalist is Los Angeles singer/songwriter Lelia Broussard.
The Sheepdogs have been the only Canadian band in the competition and bass player Ryan Gullen said the contest is a huge boost to the ’70s-inspired group.
“The one thing that an indie band can really wish for is to get some attention from really big American media and things like that,” he said. “It’s very hard to get as a Canadian band.”
Both artists will perform at next month’s Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Tennessee as part of the contest, and their performances will be streamed on the magazine’s website.
Drummer Sam Corbett said the band is trying to stay true to its artistic vision.
“That’s one thing about our band, Corbett said. “We make music that emulates the music that we love from the ’60s and ’70s. If we had to change that in any way to try and get a radio hit, it’d be much less satisfying.”
Fans will now vote on the winner, who will become the first unsigned act ever to grace the cover of Rolling Stone, appearing in the Aug. 18 issue. Online voting will run from June 16 to July 1.
The winner also gets a record deal with Atlantic Records.