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[12/07/07 - 10:00 PM]
Dot Dot Dot Is Eliminated from "The Next Great American Band" Competition
FOX details the latest "The Next Great American Band" elimination.

[via press release from FOX]

DOT DOT DOT IS ELIMINATED FROM "THE NEXT GREAT AMERICAN BAND" COMPETITION

THE CLARK BROTHERS, DENVER AND THE MILE HIGH ORCHESTRA, LIGHT OF DOOM, AND SIXWIRE BATTLE IT OUT ON THE FINAL PERFORMANCE SHOW FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, ON FOX

Tonight the journey ended for Dot Dot Dot, a Modern Rock band from Chicago, IL, on THE NEXT GREAT AMERICAN BAND.

The remaining bands include The Clark Brothers, a Bluegrass/Country band from Nashville, TN; Denver and the Mile High Orchestra, a Big Band/Swing band from Nashville, TN; Light of Doom, a Heavy Metal band from San Marcos, CA; and Sixwire, a Country band from Nashville, TN.

On next week's final performance show, one more band will be eliminated and the Top 3 bands will perform a song of their choice and songs chosen by the judges and producers. Find out who is immediately eliminated and who makes it into the Top 3 on THE NEXT GREAT AMERICAN BAND Friday, Dec. 14 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

Thousands auditioned, but only one band will be crowned the "Next Great American Band" and will secure a contract with 19 Recordings on the season finale Friday, Dec. 21 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

MSN, the exclusive online partner for THE NEXT GREAT AMERICAN BAND, has created http://nextgreatband.msn.com where fans can hear their favorite bands performances, get the latest information on the show, their favorite contestants, judges and much more.

THE NEXT GREAT AMERICAN BAND, created by Simon Fuller, is produced by 19 Entertainment and FremantleMedia North America. Simon Fuller (19 Entertainment), Nigel Lythgoe (19 Entertainment), Ken Warwick (FremantleMedia North America) and Cecile Frot-Coutaz (FremantleMedia North America) are executive producers. Charles Boyd is co-executive producer.





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