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97X Local Motion returns! Except this time, the bay’s only Local Music focused show will be controlled by your votes! You’ll be able to vote using the 97X App on your favorite local music every Sunday from 11 til Midnight every Sunday night beginning February 2nd.

Want your music available in the 97X App? Use the submission form below and get us your music today! You can also mail or drop off your CD at our offices (M-F 8:30a-5:30p)
Please make sure your music is in MP3 format. All entries will be reviewed by 97X staff and only the best will be added to the Local Motion catalog. Translation: if you suck, we’re not playing it!
 
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* Band Name: 
 
* Song Name: 
 
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* Album Art: 
 
  Please upload a JPEG file (.jpg or .jpeg)
 
* Submit Your MP3: 
 
Please note, all music will be reviewed for content and format “fit”. 97X will have the sole discretion to add the song to the Local Motion catalog. There are no guarantees that your song will be added.
 
 
 

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