December 29, 2013
Two Orange County siblings have a chance to secure the biggest performance of their careers.
The duo were selected by a panel of judges that included artists Fall Out Boy, Austin Mahone and Emeli Sandé.
The winning act gets to open for The Neighbourhood at a Grammy concert at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, California.
Hunter Wolfe and ARE say their music is rooted in the Mississippi Delta sound from the 1930s, with an original twist.
Nabbing the most votes in the contest would give them the opportunity to take their sound to a national level
"It's unbelievable what could happen. The amount of people in the industry that are there that would be watching, just the exposure to all the new potential fans, all of our supporters back home -- you're put on the big stage in front of everybody and there's an opportunity of a lifetime," said Wolfe.
Voting ends January 10.
Click HERE to vote for the local musicians and learn more about the contest.
For more information about Hunter Wolfe and ARE, click HERE to visit their website.
The Grammy Awards air on CBS January 26.
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