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Annalie on track to Rock the House

June 26, 2014 5:30 PM

Local solo artist Annalie Wilson is on track to win the Rock the House competition after making it through to the battle of the bands final.

The battle of the bands knockout final will be held at The Bedford in Balham, London, on Tuesday 1st July and will see the finalist solo artists and bands battling it out for the coveted prize.

Winners of each category will go on to play an up to 15 minute set at the Finals party on the House of Commons Terrace in front of record label A&R, Patrons, Parliamentarians, Managers and Agents.

Commenting, Greg said:

"I am delighted that Annalie has got through to the Rock the House finals. She's a very talented musician and I am very proud she has been picked to play in London".

"Leeds has a vibrant music scene and it is great that this is being recognised nationally. I wish Annalie the best of luck on Tuesday and hopefully she'll make it through to play on the House of Commons terrace on Tuesday night!"

Commenting, solo artist Annalie said:

"I am so excited to be a part of this! I'm honoured to be representing my home ground and to have been chosen as a finalist in a competition whose patrons include amazing musicians such as Brian May is truly humbling.

"I am so passionate about live music and its ability to touch people's hearts, which is where all social change begins.

"To put intellectual property rights centre stage is also in some ways to acknowledge the importance of the creative contribution that artists make in cultivating a saner and more enlightened society and that's something I want to be a part of. I'm also excited to be attending a party at the House of Commons!"