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Singers and songwriters came to impress at a show for Bristol music opportunities at City Academy

Bristol Music Opportunities: Open Mic UK gave budding singers Bristol music opportunities at the weekend. The singers and songwriters came to perform in front of industry judges in the hopes of getting through the Bristol music opportunities and onto the NEC, Birmingham. 

The judging panel at the Bristol music opportunities were;

  • Chris Grayston - Head Judge; Music Consultant who works for Sony, Thames TV, The Voice to name a few
  • Mark Bale - Watchet Festival
  • Jackie Bale - Watchet Festival
  • Nick Potter - Love Summer Festival
  • Mel Raplh - Monmouth Festival

Bristol Music Opportunities: See industry feedback below. Please be aware views expressed by judges are opinions and subjective to that particular judging panel. These views in no way reflect the views of the Open Mic UK competition, and are published with a view to being beneficial to the performing acts.

Under 16's Feeback - Bristol Music Opportunities

Lisa Marie – Little nervy at the start, more performance will add bags of confidence. Click here for more on how to calm nerves. As soon as you relaxed, your performance flowed much better. Don’t look to rely too much on your vocal, work the stage and look to give us more of a stage presence. Click here for more tips for stage performance tips for singers. Vocally you have lots of power just keep focus on your tuning throughout.

Taylor Locke – You have a lovely vocal. Look to back that up with more performance on stage. Click here for more tips for stage performance tips for singers. You are giving us good expression but look to vary it to show us a more dynamic range of emotions. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Vocally look to develop your breathing and timing to be even better – it’s not all about the power! Well done on carrying on after coughing. 

Amelie – We liked that you were using your hands and body to convey the emotion; don’t forget to work the stage more, rather than being rooted to the spot. Click here for more tips for stage performance tips for singers. Look to give us more facial expressions - click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Look to perform even more in the instrumental sections. With these added your performance will be more engaging for your audience. Vocally you are really improving! Your courage and talent for your age is admirable. 

Kelly-Anne – Look to give us more movement in the performance, consider taking the microphone off the stand, work the stage and change the dynamics. Click here for more tips for stage performance tips for singers. Consider playing around with the song and being more creative - click here for performing a creative cover as a singer.  Your voice is very controlled, buts its limited. Keep working hard to greaten your vocal ability and range. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics

Victoria – You have a super tone and vocal, look to work in a performance to convey the emotion in the song; use your hands, eyes and facial expression to bring it alive! Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. In particular, work out how to have your hands assist your performance, at the moment it looks a little awkward. You have a very powerful voice, great performance, well done. 

Carmen – We liked that you picked a contemporary song and you worked the stage. Click here for the importance of song choices. Look to perform even more so you look a more natural on stage. Convey the emotion more in your eyes by giving us more eye contact. Click here for more on the importance of eye contact and click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Vocally keep your focus as you lost your pitch towards the end. Your performance was very well rehearsed, well done!

Lucy Parker – Look to give us more movement in the performance, consider taking the microphone off the stand, work the stage and change the dynamics. Click here for more tips for stage performance tips for singers and click here for tips on vocal dynamics. We felt your nerves, try to learn to minimise these as it will better your performance. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves

Mitzi – You have an unusual voice, they’re very controlled. The song has lots of potential and loved you had the confidence to perform your own original song. Click here for more on tips on how to write songs and click here for more on writing that killer song chorus. Look to bring the song alive by conveying the emotion through eye contact. Click here for more on the importance of eye contact. Your true ability shines through.

Avygayle – Your vocals are great, you kept us interested the whole way through! Even with a guitar you can move your body and be more animated. With the expression you don’t always have to convey the pain and anguish look to embrace the positivity in the song as well! Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. You seemed very relaxed, the stage seems your happy place!

Millie Partridge – You have a pure vocal and your control was exceptional as you could have been tempted to climb into the vocal and loose your control. Just take care with your breathing, look to give us more facial expression to convey that emotion within the song. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Think about using your hands to convey the emotion of the song thus using all the tools at your disposal. Also consider adding more dynamics to vary the delivery of the song. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics.

Mischa – An engaging song! We loved that you had the confidence to perform your own original song - click here for more on tips on how to write songs and click here for more on writing that killer song chorus. Try and structure the song to focus on driving the chorus hook so it has more impact. Look to bring the song alive more by conveying the emotion using eye contact. Click here for tips on eye contact. To give the performance more movement consider standing to deliver the song. A very polish performance, you have a natural talent.

Ellie Davey – Little nervy at the start, more performance will bring a greater confidence. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves. Look to perform as much as you can to build the confidence of performing with the keyboard, you need to be able to look up and engage with your audience through eye contact. Click here for tips on eye contact. You have great vocals, but we want to see more of a stage presence which we know you can give us! Click here for tips on performing with music keyboards

Terri-Kate Lee – You have a super tone and vocal, look to work in a performance to convey the emotion in the song; use your hands more, eyes and facial expression to bring it alive even more! Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. In particular start to work out what you are going to get your hands doing to assist your performance rather than looking awkward. Performing a theatre number always means you are acting as someone else so obviously doesn’t show us much of you as an individual. Have a think about performing a song that you can bring your own spin to as an artist – click here for performing a creative cover as a singer.  

Brieya-May – Great to see you had considered image - click here for the importance of finding an image as a musician. You have a good range, sustained the notes well and you have a lovely rasp to your vocal. Look through these links for hopefully a few tips on how to greater your overall performance. You are doing great with an engaging song, we loved that you had the confidence to perform your own original song. Click here for more on tips on how to write songs and click here for more on writing that killer song chorus. Your confidence seemed to grow as the performance continued.

Kezia – A powerful vocal to an iconic song, going forward consider performing a creative cover to show us more of you as an individual. Click here for more on tips on how to write songs. Vocally just take care, try not to force the vocal and loose your control, which at times you bordered on. Your very confident for your age! A powerful vocal and performance, well done. 

Trinity – Song choice is everything and if you pick an iconic song by an iconic singer you are always going to be compared to the original! Click here for the importance of song choices. Look to bring the song alive by conveying the emotion through eye contact. Click here for tips on eye contact. To give the performance more movement consider standing to deliver the song. Vocally just take care with your pitch to be even better! A strong performance overall. 

Mia – You have a strong vocal but song choice is everything and if pick an iconic song you are always going to be compared to the original! Click here for the importance of song choices. Liked you were using your hands to convey the emotion; don’t forget to work that stage more rather than being rooted to the spot. Click here for more tips for stage performance tips for singers. Look to give us more facial expressions, as this will be engaging for your audience. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions.

Triple Threat – Performing a theatre number always means you are acting as someone else so obviously doesn’t show us much of your creativity as a trio. Click here for more tips for music duos and groups. Loved that you were smiley throughout, but on occasions bordered on being a little cheesy. Vocally you all have strong vocals just take extra care with your timing and pitch as a group it highlights this even more if not on point. Your stage presence was great, we can see that you enjoy it!

Indie - You have ability but you need to take care with your pitch in particular areas. Click here for tips on choosing the right singing teacher for you – they will be able to help you with this. The song choice was too big for you under pressure, look to choose a song that will compliment your vocals. Click here for more on protecting your vocals as a singer and click here for more on the importance of song choices. Your confidence grew as the song continued. 

Liv – We loved that you used the stage and came to the front to connect to the audience. Song choice is everything and if you pick an iconic song by an iconic singer you are always going to be compared to the original! Click here for the importance of song choices. Vocally take care not push the vocal too hard and to force the vocal thus losing a little control. A very powerful ending! You have beautiful vocals – keep working hard. 

16-20's Feeback - Bristol Music Opportunities

Lyd Read – Bit of a messy start so look to give a great first impression by being plugged in with the levels ready to go. Click here for more tips on playing guitar. Good movement and eye contact helped with an engaging performance. Click here for tips on eye contact. Song has lots of potential to give an overall strong performance. We love your original sound, and you have truly great vocals. 

Lucy Jarvis – After all the drama ahead of the show with preparations you got there in the end! Key work was quite simplistic and seemed to slow the tempo of the song down. Your eye contact was good! This was engaging for your audience - click here for the importance of eye contact. Song and performance would benefit from flowing better it felt laboured at time. It was a strong performance delivered with feeling.

Nicole Finch – We would like to see you perform your own original song - Click here for more on tips on how to write songs and click here for more on writing that killer song chorus. You have a super vocal and perform well but selecting a song choice is everything and if you pick an iconic song you are always going to be compared to the original! Click here for the importance of song choices. You do have beautiful vocals, and masses of potential. Work on your own material and you will get there!

Emma H – You have ability and in paces some lovely tone but you need to take care with your pitch. Click here for tips on choosing the right singing teacher for you – they will be able help you with this. The song choice was too big for you under pressure. Consider choosing a different song and play around with the song to bring your own spin to it. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Nerves seemed to take over, try to minimise these as this will better your performance. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves.

Laura Hayes – Good eye contact! Look to use your hands to convey the emotion and don’t forget to work the stage more rather than being rooted to the spot. Click here for more tips for stage performance tips for singers. Look to give us more facial expressions – this will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions as it’s not all about conveying the pain and anguish in the song, but the optimism too.

Baby Dangerous – Little nervy at the start, more performance practice will bring more confidence. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves. Look through these links for hopefully a few tips on how to perform your own original song - click here for more on tips on how to write songs and click here for more on writing that killer song chorus. Look to get out as much as you can and perform. The practice will help better your overall performance. Click here for the advantages of performing at Open Mic nights for singers to perfect your delivery and stage craft.

Gracy May – You have a lovely smile with a super vocal; lovely rasp, dynamic, nice power and control. We liked that you made the song your own - click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. Look to work the stage, you were way too static! This will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Add some more emotion and you will have great potential! 

Lewis Smith – You started quite a long way from the microphone which would have affected the projection, bring the microphone close to your lips to maximise projection. Click here for more on microphone technique. Click here for tips on audience participation; it wasn’t clear which bit you wanted us to sing! It was an interesting original composition, your very confident and have great vocals!

Lucy Taylor – Try to get closer to the microphone for even better volume and projection. Click here for tips on microphone technique. Performance demonstrated lots of potential but a we could see your nerves. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves. Look to get out as much as you can, perform and test these original songs out; click here for the advantages of performing Open Mic nights for singers to perfect your delivery and stage craft. Your voice and guitar work complimented each other well. 

Maddy Carver – You have a fantastic vocal and you are a good story teller - expressing the song very well in your face and eyes. You have a sadness in your eyes, we hope it’s just for this song; perhaps you need to give it more of an optimistic lift in the chorus to contrast the doom.  Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. You have beautiful vocals, paired with the control worked well.

Keeslee Lanfear – Like you were animated and you could see in your eyes how much you wanted this. We love to see passion! We liked that you made the song your own, just try and work in more structure, this will work the dynamics. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. We liked your image, you have the whole package! Click here for the importance of finding an image as a musician. Your controlled and emotional vocals really are great.

Ritu – Liked the theme of the song and it had a nice build up. Click here for more tips on how to write songs. Consider writing songs that show off the sweeter tones in your vocal - click here for more on writing that all important killer song chorus! Performance suffered from a nervy edge in your vocal, work on minimising these to better your overall performance. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves. Good you worked the stage by taking the mic off the stand- this was very engaging for your audience!

Ollie Wild – You have a super tone and we were all enjoying your performance! NEVER stop as it highlights any error. As it’s an original song we would never have known if you had carried on. As for any singer song writer look to get out as much as you can, perform and test these original songs out; click here for the advantages of performing at Open Mic nights for singers to perfect your delivery and stage craft. It was an emotional performance, your voice and guitar work complimented each other well. 

Cameron Mills - You have a super tone and vocal. Use your hands, eyes and facial expression to bring it alive even more! Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Performing in a theatre style always means you don’t show us much of you as an individual. Click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. Vocally look to really attack the song and climb into that chorus to take it to a different level. It was very controlled and you owned the stage!

Nia Aaliya – Look to commit even more to the performance, it craves being more leftfield and you need to go with that vibe rather than fight it. Click here for the importance of finding an image as a musician. Look to use the stage with more purpose. Believe in yourself and really commit to the performance be a little abstract and go with it! You have the confidence… use it and you will have masses of potential! 

21 and Over's Feeback - Bristol Music Opportunities

Lauren Jade – You have a lovely vocal! We would like to see more of you as an individual artist, have a think about how to turn other songs into your own. Click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. Also consider working the stage more and showing us a good stage presence! This would be engaging for your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Loose-Change – The song has good sentiment, it was very engaging! However, it is a little repetitive. Click here for more on writing that killer song chorus. Good stage presence! You have a very individual style, which differs you to everyone else in the competition. We enjoyed the performance. 

Peruzi – Good emotion within the song but it needs a hook? Click here for more on writing that all important killer song chorus. Look to use your eyes more to reach out more to your audience, this will be more engaging for them. Click here for more on the importance of eye contact for a singer. It was very unique.

Evie Rowlands – You have good projection, but try and get closer to that mic for even better volume and projection. Look to get out as much as you can, perform and test these original songs out; click here for the advantages of performing at Open Mic nights for singers to perfect your delivery and stage craft. Would like to see you perform your own songs at this stage rather than covers. Your clear vocals has masses of potential, well done Evie. 

Nikki Petherick – You have a sweet vocal for an overall great performance with a lot of integrity. Your eyes told the story very well, we could full engage with you! Click here for the importance of eye contact.

Eleazar – You sang with serious passion and emotion! Performing seems so natural to you. There was good presence on stage - click here for stage performance tips for singers. We would like to see you perform your own original song - click here for tips on how to write songs and click here for more on writing that killer song chorus. You have a super vocal and perform well, well done.

Declan Bartlett – Love this song got a good sentiment and very relatable. Click here for more tips on how to write songs. Vocally take care not to force the vocal too hard and loose the control. You have an incredible vocal range, and you were a treat to watch. Kept us captivated! 

Hannah Glencross – You worked the stage well and connected us well to the emotion within the song. Going forward we want to see more of you as an original act – pick a song that you can bring your own spin to as an artist. Click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. Vocally don’t push it too hard and sacrifice control for just a little more power. 

Jus Mike – Good vibe and sentiment to your song, try and focus more on delivery the hook as that is what makes a song stand out. Click here for more on writing that all important killer song chorus. Performance wise I’d always consider standing so it gives you more opportunities to move. Nice introduction at the start which showed personality and made us all a chuckle. Beautiful guitar playing, you’re very talented! 

Misha Dawn – Nice performance to the instrumental introduction, this made us relax and reassured us that you are comfortable on stage. Song choice maybe wasn’t the best as it felt like it was a bit of a battle to for you to keep on top of it. Click here for the importance of song choices. Also click here for some tips on how to achieve better vocal projection.

Robert Garbett – Try and think about dynamics it felt like the performance needed to breathe more, click here for more on guitar dynamics. Look to let the performance breathe especially before the chorus so you can really attack the chorus and make it stand out. Also click here for more tips on writing that killer song chorus. You performed with passion, we can see that you want this!

Simon Williams – You have a great stage presence and entertainment factor. You certainly got the crowd going but it was very karaoke, we would like to see you choose a song that you can bring your own spin to as an artist. Click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. Your vocals were very controlled.

Jack Humphries – Look to hit us hard with a hook! The song was pleasant but meandered about for quite some time. Click here for more on writing that all important killer song chorus. Get out as much as you can, perform and test these original songs out; click here for the advantages of performing at Open Mic nights for singers to perfect your delivery and stage craft. Also think about adding in more dynamics, this will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics.

Jose Guerrero – You have a super projection and vocal, look to work in a performance to convey the emotion in the song even more; use your hands, eyes and facial expression to bring it alive! Performing in a theatre/operatic style always means you don’t show us much of you as an individual. Vocally look to change the delivery and dynamic to really attack the song and climb into that chorus to take it to a different level. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics.

LittleJohn – Very much on the Oasis spectrum, look to perhaps give yourself an edge so you are LittleJohn - a unique artist! Song is catchy and engaging perhaps look to add in some more lyrics as you repeat the vocal hook line too frequently -less is more. Performance wise look to give us more dynamic, movement and emotion. Click here for more on guitar dynamics.

SJ – You have a super tone! Your vocal didn’t always blend with the backing track so well and it was a sloppy ending. Click here for more on performing song mashups. We think you nerves may have also been a contributor to this, as you seemed to lose track during the performance. If you can try to minimise these, you will have great potential. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves.

The Generators – The song has a nice jolly drive along sound. As performers we would like to see you engage with each other and us as the audience. Just a glance across at each other to show you’re in it together. Lack of eye contact and looking up did make it difficult for us to connect to you as performers. Click here for the importance of eye contact. Your song has great potential!

Tuuliki – We would like to see you perform your own original song - click here for more on tips on how to write songs and click here for more on writing that killer song chorus. You have a super vocal and perform well but selecting a song choice is everything and if you pick an iconic song you are always going to come up second best! Vocally take care with your diction, the audience needs to be able to hear every lyric to connect to your performance. Click here for more tips on how to improve diction.

Georgia O’Marah – You have super projection. Consider standing and playing to give more opportunity to express the emotion of the song. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. The song has lots of potential! The keyboard was very complimentary of your vocals. 

Carl Fisher – You always perform with a smile on your face; which is very infectious! Click here for tips on audience participation. Get closer to the microphone to get the best projection possible. Click here for tips on microphone technique. Your performance was thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining! 

Nephspirit – Liked you brought the dance hall style to the cover, click here for performing a creative cover as a singer Take care with your timing of playing, as the keyboard didn’t always keep up with your vocals. We loved that you brought colour to the stage - click here for the importance of finding an image as a musician. Look to perform as much as you can so you are more confident to look up and engage with your audience. Click here for the importance of eye contact. You are totally individual and entertaining. 

Songwriter's Feeback - Bristol Music Opportunities

Declan Bartlett – Your song is haunting and engaging. The guitar accompaniment worked well with the lyrics and tune. Try and reach out to us as an audience to connect us more with your music. 

Evie Rowlands – Song has lots of potential, look to develop expression in your face the emotion within the song. Look to really drive that vocal hook through by altering the dynamics in the delivery. It was a toe tapping tune for sure! A very emotional and enjoyable performance. 

Megan Strange – Took a little while for the song to get going but it’s catchy! You perhaps need to take away some of the instrumentation before the chorus kicks in to let it breathe and give the chorus more impact. Your backing music seemed too busy for the song. 

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