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Libbie Schrader first made headlines when her band Think of England won the Pantene Pro-Voice "New Voice of 2001" Competition in New York's Central Park. Schrader and her band beat out over 1,200 other female-fronted acts for the award. Prizes included a nationwide tour with Poe and a demo deal with Atlantic Records. The Atlantic demo is included on the Think of England CD, which is available for purchase on iTunes and at CDBaby.com.
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