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    Pat Metheny Contest for "Day Trip" Pre-Orders

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    Two lucky Pat Metheny fans will soon find themselves the owners of a brand-new Polk Audio iSonic home-entertainment system. To celebrate the upcoming release of Pat's new record, Day Trip, with Christian McBride on bass and drummer Antonio Sanchez, patmetheny.com announced a contest with the two Polk consoles as the grand prize and signed copies of the record for 50 runner-up winners.

    Everyone who pre-orders Day Trip from the site is automatically entered to win. In addition, all pre-order customers will be sent a link for two bonus live tracks on the album's release date, January 29, 2009.

    For more information, visit patmetheny.com.

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Two lucky Pat Metheny fans will soon find themselves the owners of a brand-new Polk Audio iSonic home-entertainment system. To celebrate the upcoming release of Pat's new record, Day Trip, with Christian McBride on bass and drummer Antonio Sanchez, patmetheny.com announced a contest with the two Polk consoles as the grand prize and signed copies of the record for 50 runner-up winners.

Everyone who pre-orders Day Trip from the site is automatically entered to win. In addition, all pre-order customers will be sent a link for two bonus live tracks on the album's release date, January 29, 2009.

For more information, visit patmetheny.com.

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