Sing When We’re Winning
You know that football has come of age when a song to accompany the national team in their World Cup campaign is in the offing.
You know that football has come of age when a song to accompany the national team in their World Cup campaign is in the offing. Most nations these days take an official song with them to the World Cup. Some of the tunes over the years have become iconic, many have been dirges, but such ditties are now part of the fun that is the quadrennial festival of football.
“A Song for the Socceroos” will be a television series broadcasting on SBS TV starting later this month. Submissions closed on March 10 however for those that were not quite ready to record your demo by then, or indeed if you simply don-t have a musical note in your body, you can still participate by being part of the studio audience at the Demon-s Sports Club, Seven Hills in Sydney throughout March, April and May.
The series will be hosted by Julio Zemiro, while the panel of judges include: regular SBS football analyst and Australian rock legend Damien Lovelock, John Foreman plus several more throughout the series.
If you would like to be part of the studio audience, contact via email email@example.com as soon as possible, with your preferred date, number of tickets and a contact number.
The dates are as follows:
Tuesday 21st March Wednesday 29th March (2 shows, afternoon & evening) Wednesday 12th April Wednesday 26th April Tuesday 2nd May Tuesday 9th May
*All audience members MUST be aged 18+
For more information go to the following web links: www.sbs.com.au/asongforthesocceroos/ or www.screentime.com.au/Socceroos.html
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