Bloom, a Salt Lake-based pop-rock band, has had its recent song "Fight for Greatness" published on the Electronic Arts Rock Band Network yesterday.
Even better, the not-for-profit band donates all of their profits to charity.
The band's first album, "Photosynthesis," was recently released on iTunes, and sold over 6,000 units in just a few days.
Soon after their initial album launch, they received several proposals from different authoring companies to feature their music on the world-class video game franchise, "Rock Band."
On April 6, 2011, their song, "Fight For Greatness" was published on the Rock Band Network. (That means you can download the song and play it on the video-game system.)
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