The Band Perry are looking to help up-and-coming artists further their musical careers. The sibling trio, made up of Kimberly, Neil and Reid Perry, for the third annual 2015 GRAMMY Amplifier Contest.

The online program, now in its third year, is a partnership between Hyundai and the Recording Academy that was created to foster talent in aspiring singers, songwriters and musical artists while giving them a platform to perform for potential new fans.

"We love discovering new music and can't wait to hear the next wave of emerging talent," the group tells Rolling Stone Country.

TBP, reggae star Ziggy Marley and singer-songwriter Allen Stone will help narrow the field of 25 contestants down to three winners, who will receive either a recording session with a GRAMMY-winning producer; the opportunity to film and star in their own music video with an experienced director; or a slot as the opening act for an established artist as part of a tour or music festival. The star-studded team, along with British producer Mark Ronson (this year's GRAMMY Amplifier Ambassador), will make the final decisions in selecting the final three winners and matching them with their prizes.

Artists can enter now through Feb. 20 at The Top 25 will be chosen based on track plays and social media activity.

The Band Perry won Best Country Duo / Group Performance at this year's GRAMMY Awards, for their cover of Glen Campbell's 'Gentle on My Mind.'

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