Roe wins Hometown for the Holidays

Looks like props are due to Roe, who bested Fulcrum and the Epilogues -- not to mention the countless other hopefuls who submitted music -- to claim the honors as the winner of KTCL's Hometown for the Holidays promo. In addition to enjoying numerous spins on the station for the past few weeks, the Ft. Collins-based outfit, who performed last night at Andrew's On Lincoln alongside the other two finalists, earned recording time at the Blasting Room and a chance to perform at a Mammoth game, while the Epilogues won $1000 in cold hard cash. -- Dave Herrera

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