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Vote for Fender’s Undiscovered Artist of the Year for 2017

The brilliant Sherika Sherard, Hattie Briggs and Martha Phillips​ are in the running to support Lucy Rose next week.

Over the past month, Fender have been searching for their Undiscovered Artist of the Year for 2017 and now, it’s up to you to decide who’s the rightful winner, and will get to open up for Lucy Rose at her London show next week.

Having previously whittled down the hundreds of applicants to just eight semi-finalists, the group of singer-songwriters took to the stage over the past two weeks to perform for their chance to make the final. After the two semi-finals, the three lucky finalists were decided upon and invited back to perform live in Fender’s Facebook Live final. 

Last night, the brilliant Sherika Sherard, Hattie Briggs and Martha Phillips all performed live in what was an incredible display of talent and now, it’s up to you to decide who should be declared Fender’s Undiscovered Artist of the Year for 2017.

Missed out on the final yesterday? Don’t worry - you can watch it back now. Then simply head to Fender’s website to cast your vote. Please be aware, voting closes at 23.59pm on Sunday 29th October, so don’t hang around! 

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