Win a Bill Ortiz Trumpet

BOT 36 Win a Bill Ortiz TrumpetI want to celebrate the release of my new album Highest Wish and I want you to have the chance to win something very cool.

I am giving away one of my very own trumpets, a Bach TR300. To enter, it is so easy, just…

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5. Contest is open to US residents only, age 18 or over.
6. No purchase is required.
7. We will select a winner on November 1, 2011.
8. Winner will be notified by email. If the winner does not acknowledge winning the contest in 48 hours, we will select a new winner.

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Bill Ortiz Video “Winter In Ameria” from the EP “Winter In America” Featuring Tony Lindsey and The Grouch

0 Bill Ortiz Video Winter In Ameria from the EP Winter In America Featuring Tony Lindsey and The Grouch

This song is a cover and tribute to the iconic artist Gil Scott-Heron, and features some very dynamic performances by Grammy award winning Santana vocalist Tony Lindsey, and conscious hip hop poet “The Grouch.” This song can be found on my latest EP release of the same name. The video was created by Ari Berger and domoarifoto- she’s an outstanding young visual artist. A longstanding member of the Santana band, Bill Ortiz is proud to present his new solo EP release Winter In America from his forthcoming album, Highest Wish. A follow up to his debut solo album From Where I Stand, the new project features conscious emcees such as The Grouch, Zumbi (of Zion I) and K-Maxx, as well as fellow Santana member (and 11 time Grammy® Award Winner) Tony Lindsey, and iconic poet/vocalist Linda Tillery, featured with a spoken word performance of Dr. Martin Luther King’s Nobel Peace Prize speech.