Crave a Copy of Crooked Signed by Kristin Hersh, Hardcover Music Contest is Still On

You might have read our interview Talking 'Crooked' Hardcover Music with Kristin Hersh from Tintin to Songs as Therapy (July 14).

We thought it would be neat to make Crooked, Kristin's new musical recipes the subject of our weekly contest.

Kristin's UK publisher, The Friday Project (Harper Collins) was very generous.

For this contest, we have altogether 5 copies of Crooked signed by Kristin and 5 unsigned copies for the taking.

Not all copies have been lapped up yet so why not try your luck.


What do Hunters and Collectors have to do to get a shot at winning?

Answer these 3 questions?

-Last song on Crooked is Rubidoux, What can the word Rubidoux be a Substitute For?

-What song is considered Throwing Muses first Radio Hit?

-Can you name another music related book published by The Friday Project?

E-mail your answers to info [at] njconcierges [dot] com (*)

All entries must be received by Midnight (Eastern US Time) on Sunday, July 25th, 2010.

First 5 correct answers we receive, get the 5 signed copies

Next 5 correct answers get the 5 unsigned copies of Crooked

One per person...

Winners will be announced on Monday, July 26th, 2010.

(* Please do not enter contest if you won a prize from us in the past 30 days, Thanks)

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