La La La La La La La! They're warmed up, guitars tuned, and ready to win a $1,000 plus a professionally studio-recorded music video according to Red's Kitchen Tavern in Seabrook, New Hampshire. And you get to be a judge, just simply by showing up.

This month-long search for its very first winner of “Seabrook Idol" starts January 4 and will have a total of 4 nights of competition each week through January 25.  And don't worry, there are still cash prizes for second place at $500, and third place wins $250 so your role is extra special.

Talk about heating up our cold New Hampshire nights!  Wow, this is going to be so fun!  There are celebrity judges, too, but don't let that stop you because your votes are used to assist.

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The celebrity judges, according to a Facebook post on Red's, include original bassist for the rock band Extreme, Pat Badger, WBZ NewsRadio's Drew Mulholland, and Billy Costa from Kiss in Boston.

Red's Kitchen and Tavern is at 530 Lafayette Rd in Seabrook, New Hampshire.

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