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Live & Unsigned Winners Coco And The Butterfields Receive £2000 Fret-King Black Label Guitar Prize

25.07.2012 By: Admin

Charlie from The Fourfits with her new Vintage V100BB (Photo by Daniel Morgan)

Acoustic 'Fip Fok' rockers Coco And The Butterfields have been crowned overall winners of the 2012 Live & Unsigned final.

Live & Unsigned, which took place over a number of months with heats in individual cities and regional finals, is the UK's premier battle of the bands contest, culminating in a UK final at the O2 in London.

Each of the regional finalists have already benefited from receiving a Vintage guitar of their choice, like London's The Fourfits, who chose a Vintage Reissued V100BB.

After beating off competition from literally thousands of other entrants from across the UK, Coco And The Butterfields walk away a fantastic prize package, which includes a £2000 Fret-King Black Label endorsement deal courtesy of worldwide Fret-King distributors John Hornby Skewes & Co. Ltd.

Further information on the Fret-King instruments Coco And The Butterfields choose will be provided in due course.


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