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Published: 6/9/2009

SESAC congratulates AutoVaughn on winning Fender Road Worn competition

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (June 2, 2009) – With more than 5,000 U.S. bands and four months of online fan voting, generating millions of visitors and page views onww.getroadworn.com">www.getroadworn.com, the winner of the Fender Road Worn Competition has emerged with Nashville, Tenn.-based rock act, AutoVaughn.  The win comes with an impressive $50,000 road-ready prize package featuring a fully-customized Fender Road Worn 2008 Toyota Tundra with matching trailer (customized by Studio Number One and Obey Giant) full of Fender Road Worn series instruments, Fender electric guitar and bass amplification, a Gretsch® drumset, a fuel allowance of $1,500, and an additional $15,000.

“(We’ve) been playing Fender (instruments) from the start,” said AutoVaughn. “Winning this contest is about as glorious as it gets for us!”

AutoVaughn is a Nashville-based quartet made-up of members from Indiana and Ohio.  Recently, the band released a six-song EP titled “The Cycles” mixed by Brian Virtue (best known for his work with Jane’s Addiction, Audioslave, and Deftones).  For more information, visit their website.