The panel that will score all videos with more than 50 votes will consist of members of Shure and the Montreux Jazz Festival as well as Blossoms, a band that is known for their great live performances.
Blossoms are a 5 piece band from Stockport, near Manchester in the UK.
They were on the BBC's Sound Of new music list for 2016, Spotify’s Spotlight on 2016, MTV Brand New for 2016 & the iTunes/Apple Music New Artists 2016 list.
"We are excited to be part of the Shure Call for Legends Live competition. Live music is, without a doubt, one of the most important deliveries of music to entice listeners & pick up new fans! Get involved and enter your track today!"
The Montreux Jazz Festival takes places over 2 weeks each summer in Switzerland on the shores of Lake Geneva. With ambitious programming choices and a warm welcome forged in the hospitality industry, the Montreux Jazz Festival offers a haven of peace to both artists and public—time seems to stop as the most improbable encounters become reality.
The Montreux Jazz Festival was created in 1967 by Claude Nobs, René Langel, and Géo Voumard, and has since become a landmark event. Not because it draws more than 250,000 visitors, or because those two weeks in Montreux make up one of the best-known events in Europe and beyond, but rather because the Festival has kept its soul intact throughout all this growth.
At Montreux, the intimacy that encourages improvisation remains a top priority. Proximity between the biggest artists and their audiences in concert halls of reasonable capacity, comfortable surroundings, and a quality listening experience all combine to produce unique concerts and encourage memorable moments.