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A call for singer-songwriters

Much as I deplore TV talent shows, here’s a contest coming up where merit may actually play a role in determining the winner.

The Los Angeles casting agency below is lookig for singers who write their own material. The rules out precocious kids, cellphone salesmen and Su Boyle. If you fancy your chances, you’ve got three days to apply.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact:
Morgan Fahey
Supervising Casting Producer
Budweiser Presents the Big Time
Radical Media
1630 12th Street
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Email: radicalmusicshow@gmail.com
DREAM OPPORTUNITY FOR TALENTED MUSICIANS LOOKING FOR THEIR BIG
BREAK!
HOLLYWOOD, CA – AUGUST 15, 2011
Radical Media and Budweiser are teaming up with award-winning producer Evan
Weinstein (“The Amazing Race”) to create an exciting new reality show offering three
lucky singers (who write their own music) a chance to demonstrate their skills on an
internationally recognized stage.
We’re looking for the musical performers who are almost ready to “break out” and take
their place among the world’s best. The three who are chosen will be provided with toplevel mentorship and will be filmed as they prove their skills in a series of exciting
challenges.
ONE singer will be given the performance opportunity of a lifetime at a sold out major
concert event. This opportunity is beyond anything that has ever been offered by
any music reality series.
All qualified applicants must be over the age of 21 as of August 26, 2011. Applicants
should submit a phone # where they can be reached, a recent photo, and brief bio to
radicalmusicshow@gmail.com. Our casting staff will contact them for further information.
We are accepting applications from both men and women.
ALL APPLICATIONS AND INQUIRIES MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011.

 

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Comments

  1. I’d be concerned from the get-go. Any original material performed on this show is bound to become the property of the production company.

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