Cover Me Canada results eliminate one, give immunity to another

CBC’s new live weekly musical competition series, COVER ME CANADA, announced that Melanie Morgan Band garnered immunity and was safe from elimination in tonight’s episode.

Immunity was granted after the results of Canadian audiences’ online voting and social media engagement for the bands were tallied.

At the conclusion of tonight’s show the COVER ME CANADA judges Jordan Knight (New Kids On The Block), chart-topping R&B sensation Deborah Cox and star-maker manager and record exec Ron Fair (Christina Aguilera, Black Eyed Peas, Pussycat Dolls), also announced the name of the first eliminated band: GO7.

Even though eliminations are beginning, Canadians have the chance to bring back one band who thought their COVER ME CANADA journey was over.

In a one-time vote on October 23, 2011 fans will be asked to put their support behind their favourite eliminated band.

The eliminated band that garners the most online votes will return in episode seven and continue to compete for the $100,000 cash prize and a recording contract for an original single to be released by Universal Music Canada.

For additional details on how to support your favourite competitor visit www.cbc.ca/covermecanada .

 

About the immunity winner:

Melanie Morgan – Moncton, NB: Being a small-town Acadian girl with no formal musical training hasn’t slowed Melanie Morgan down at all – she’s a two-time East Coast Music Award nominee, has notched a Top 40 single (Not Tonight) on the Canadian Country radio chart and has shared stages with the likes of Keith Urban, Jason Blaine, The Wilkinsons and Shane Yellowbird. Follow Melanie Morgan on Twitter @CMC_Melanie

 

About the eliminated band:

G07 – Toronto, ON: Brothers Joseph and David (“Dmajor”) Neale and their cousin, Charles (“CN3”) Neale, have music in their DNA. A wonderfully diverse combination of talents: a singer, a rapper and a pianist. Follow G07 on Twitter @CMC_G07

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