How Do You Juno? Like This...

Swimming pool, Digeridoo and a looper, lets go      18/05/09

So you know about the How Do You Juno competition right, where you can win a Roland Juno Stage? I'll assume you do, but will recap below. Spotted in the entries was this excellent Juno 106, digeridoo and looper piece performed by TribalNeed which appears to be performed in the middle of a swimming pool to promote some kind of club/hotel/restaurant called BalHarbour in Sardinia. We were nodding to it at the office, albeit in our understated Brit way, but 'tis a good jam this one. Only problem is, Tribal mate, you forgot to say "This Is How I Juno" - please Roland people, don't be too hard on him, it's a brilliant use of a Juno as I've ever seen and he is lost in the music. Just to recap:
You have a Roland Juno - any model from the first in the line - Juno 6, right up to the latest Juno-G or Stage, now go and make a film about/featuring any Roland JUNO and including the phrase "This is How I Juno". We've been told it's for US only, though I cant find anything saying that in the Terms and Conditions - I have asked for clarification. Now fill in the registration form (see link), tell all your friends to vote for it and you could win one of THREE JUNO STAGE keyboards if your video gets the most video views on YouTube, it will be entered fot the second part of the competition which will then be open to the public vote. Get your submission online asap, the sooner , the more views you can get on Youtube - there will be a wildcard entry chosen by Roland too..



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