Saturday 03/01/2014 by sethadam1


We are very pleased to announce the winners of the Mike Gordon Overstep contest! We had several entries arrive via our blog, our forum, and Instagram. The admins narrowed the field down to about 10 worthy of serious conversation and are pleased to share the winners with you:

Grand Prize Winner: @bouncingaroundtheroom

@bouncingaroundtheroom wins two tickets to any show on Mike's Overstep tour. Great job incorporating the album cover into your photo! This was our nearly unanimous vote for contest winner.

Runner Up: @HilmBill

There were several that got us to smile or laugh, but this one was a fantastic visual. @HilmBill wins a signed copy of Overstep.

Runner Up: @gratephul_67

Even though Mike tours under the name "Mike Gordon", @gratephul_67 incorporated "MGB" for "Mike Gordon Band" into snow, something the Northeast has seen plenty of lately. He'll also win a signed copy of Overstep.

Thank you all for participating, we had a lot of fun judging the entries. Stay tuned for more news about Phish and Mike Gordon's solo efforts.

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, comment by HiImBill
HiImBill Awesome way to start the day - Thanks so much!
, comment by gratephul_67
gratephul_67 Thanks!
Great contest. Congrats to @MartianMunster was my favorite also.
, comment by UbiquitousSmokey
UbiquitousSmokey Cool contest! Wish I were creative enough to have thought of something in enter.
oh well.
congrats winner!
, comment by MartianMunster
MartianMunster Thanks so much you guys!
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