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Singers and songwriters came to impress at a show for Southampton music opportunities at The 1865

  

Southampton Music Opportunities: Open Mic UK gave budding singers Southampton music opportunities at the weekend. The singers and songwriters came to perform in front of industry judges in the hopes of getting through the Southampton music opportunities and onto the next round of the competition. 

The judging panel at the Southampton music opportunities were;

  • Chris Grayston - Head Judge; Music Consultant who works for Sony, Thames TV, The Voice to name a few
  • Rachel Anne – Previous Teenstar winner and The Voice finalist
  • Ted Evans – Glas-Denbury Music and Arts Festival
  • Edward Morris – Voice 103.9FM radio
  • Rosalind Fountain – International singer
  • Alison Bragg – Riveira FM

Southampton 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 Feedback – Southampton Music Opportunities

Jessica – You have loads of potential; just take care on your timing, especially when you hit your first note. Look to perform as much as you can to develop your stage craft and presence. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Liked the spoken breakdown to make it different and original. 

ROXY – Super presence and connection to the music, click here for the importance of emotional connection. Consider adding even more dynamics, varying the tempo and attack throughout to be even more varied. Click here for more on adding vocal dynamics. Look to give us more facial expression, as this will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions

Mia- Jade Hickman – A brave performance! Click here for when or when not to do an acapella music performance. Look to use the stage more, as this will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for more stage performance tips for singers. Vocally you have super tone, look to vary the dynamics more and look to add more facial expression to convey the emotion of the song. Click here for tips on how to sing with emotion and vocal dynamics

Natasha Cullen – You have lots of potential but look to perform as much as you can to develop your stage craft, click here for more on stage performance tips for singers. The performance was very static; would like to see you develop more movement and expression. Also remember the importance of eye contact – you were looking at floor a lot, when we need to see your eye to full engage with you! Click here for more on the importance of eye contact.

Sophie Green – Get closer to the microphone to aid your projection, click here for more on microphone technique. We would like to see you working the stage more to connect to the audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Liked the confidence of asking the audience to participate - click here for tips on audience participation. Loved your smile!

Lizzy Woolmer – Good interpretation of the original song along with good use of your hands to express the music. Vocally watch your tuning and timing to be on point, click here for the importance of selecting the right singing teacher for you to be even better. You have a well-thought-out image, but you need to add more facial expression. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions

Abi Clements – You have a super vocal and a beautiful husky tone to your voice, look to climb even more into the vocal to take it the next level - you have that ability. Click here for adding more vocal dynamics to the performance. Performance wise, look to use the stage more and drive through the emotion in the song to give more presence. Click here for stage performance tips for singers

Jayce – You have nice tone, but you need to develop your projection and range; look to work with a good vocal coach to develop these to be even better. Click here for tips on finding the right singing teacher for you. Regarding your performance, look to work the stage so you aren’t so static. Also consider selecting a song that best suits your vocals - click here for the importance of song choices. Consider using anger as an emotive source rather than sadness (despite the song), it’s easier to control high notes that way.

Alex – Always puts the audience at ease straight away when the artist comes on smiling and showing their excitement for wanting to be on stage. Vocally you have a super tone, try and swing a little more with the words rather than being too regimented and robotic. Performance wise look to get your arms communicating with more purpose as they are a useful tool for conveying emotion. Not sure the song was the best choice for your vocal style. Click here for tips on song choices

Laura Kate – Good to see you using the stage but be aware of your surroundings. Avoid going in front of the projector. You performed well and added expression to convey the emotion of the song. Your song selection meant it was always going to be hard to do better or anywhere equivalent to the original artist, please consider adding in a twist and making it your own, click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer.

Angelica Rose – Lots of potential, look to work the stage more to give more of a performance. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Doing a theatrical number always means you are playing a part and not being yourself so for originality it isn’t always the best. Have a think about choosing a song that you can bring your own spin to as an artist – click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. Vocally take care with your breathing, at times you are clipping and cutting the notes short. You would be well-suited to the West End.

Hollie Findlay – Liked the song; to convey it better, look to perform as much as you can to get in the practise. Click here for the importance of Open Mic nights for singers to develop your stagecraft and test out new songs. Guitar work is good but would look to practice even more to help the flow. Liked your edgy vocal, but try to make sure you convey your originality. 

EvJ  - You have bags of ability but look to develop this by practicing and performing as much as you can. It was far too static a performance, using the stage will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Also click here for more on singing with facial expressions. Liked your look and you have a very controlled vocal.

Sofie Elyse – Super tone! You picked a big belty song to sing that you need to really commit to. Although you did a really good job it’s hard to impress and be better than the original when we are familiar with the song and artist, click here for the importance of song choices and click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. You have a very mature voice and good stage presence.

Fleur Lindsay – You need to get much nearer the microphone as it’s affecting your projection, click here for more tips on microphone technique. Performance wise it was too static, also look to add more dynamics to keep the interest going through to the end. Click here for stage performance tips for singers and vocal dynamics. You have great vocals but you need to let your personality shine through.

Harlie Curtis - You have nice tone but you need to develop your tuning, projection, and range; look to work with a good vocal coach to develop these to be even better. Performance wise look to work the stage more so you aren’t so static. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Also consider selecting songs that best suit your vocals, click here for the importance of song choices. Liked the confidence of asking the audience to participate.

Anastasia Titchener – You conveyed the emotion of the song well and at times had the expression on point! But you need to develop that, so it is present throughout the performance. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Liked the confidence of asking the audience to participate. You were creative with the cover to make it your own, this is what we like to see! Click here for tips on performing a creative cover as a singer

Isobel Wannell – Great to see you performing your own song, look to perform as much as you can to try and test out the new material with live audiences, click here for the importance of Open Mic nights for singers. Performance wise like to see you convey the emotion in the song more and connect us to what it means to you. Performing more will help you develop the commitment to deliver this. Click here for tips on how to sing with emotion. You have a classy image, but it would be good if you could use a bit more of the stage.

Rachel Howarth – Good projection and power, look to give even more purpose to your hand and arm movements. Like to see you make the song your own, to show us your originality as an artist. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Look to come to the front of the stage to connect even more to the audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. We would like to hear you perform a song a bit more suited to your age, but you interpreted this song well.

Ama - You have nice tone but need to develop your projection and range; look to work with a good vocal coach to develop these to be even better. Performance wise look to work the stage more so you aren’t so static. Also consider selecting songs that best suit your vocals, this one may have been a bit big for you just now, click here for the importance of song choices. Adding more dynamics, like the attack and delivery of certain lines, will really add to the performance to make it even better. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics

Xander – Great to see you adding expression but sometimes it needs to be subtle, as you are over presenting this at the moment. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Good to see you move the microphone stand and get closer to the audience, don’t forget to perform even more in the instrumental section when we are more focussed on your performance. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. You have so much potential but there is plenty of time for you to find your style.

Danniella Green – Use your body and expression to convey the emotion - click here for more tips on emotional connection when performing. Use all the tools at your disposal to drive through the emotional message of the song. Vocally you focused too much on the high notes and not enough focus on the notes after. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. You were very nervous while preforming, which showed in your vocals; click here for tips on how to calm nerves. You have a great voice, believe in yourself more!

Skye Couderc – Stick close to the microphone at all times or face losing your projection and the consistency of your vocal volume, click here for more tips about importance of microphone technique for singers. You looked very nervous so look to perform as much as you can to get used to dealing with the nerves. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves. Also click here for more on adding guitar dynamics. Try and film yourself performing to aid you developing your facial expression as an artist.

Ryan Granger – You made us feel at ease from the start with your smiles and giggle. Song had a good sentiment but you are trying to maybe implement a lot of words and lines that aren’t making the song flow as it should or could. Click here for more on how to write songs. Also maybe consider using a guitar as the backing sound as it comes across a little thin sounding.

Ashton – Strong potential but look to develop your ability by practicing and performing as much as you can. You have nice tone but you need to develop your tuning, projection and range; look to work with a good vocal coach to develop these to be even better. Click here for tips on picking the right singing teacher for you. It was a far too static performance, use the stage to engage with your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Good projection and power! Give a greater purpose to your hand and arm movements. 

Evie Halpin – Vocally you have a super vocal! However, you looked down for the majority of the performance; you must look to use your eyes to connect us to the emotion in the song. Click here for more on the importance of eye contact. Your performance was very static, look to use the stage to engage with your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers

16-20’s – Southampton Music Opportunities

Kekeblu – Quite a nervous start. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves on stage. You have a lovely vocal, look to connect even more with your audience by reaching out with your eyes, click here for more on the importance of eye contact. You also need to work the stage more as you are way too static, click here for stage performance tips for singers. Back up your vocal with this added performance. We would love to hear you sing some old soul classics!

Maya Shankar – Lovely song and performance, be sure to look up and look out at your audience. Click here for tips on eye contact. Consider standing when performing, as this will give you more movement to express the emotion of the song. You looked nervous on stage, perform as much as you can so you are more comfortable with the nerves. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves

Above the Beats – Great to see a committed performance, good interaction with the audience! However, expression should be subtle don’t exaggerate and over cook it. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. As a vocal group it’s all about nailing and layering the vocals to give a fuller vocal. Click here for tips for music duos and groups. Vocally watch your tuning, as you need to focus on this throughout as you lost your pitch at times.

Katie Whiting – Beautiful piano playing! Open your mouth more while singing you are looking down at the keys, this maybe due to a lack of confidence. Click here for tips on building stage confidence as a singer. Consider standing to perform so you can commit even more to the performance and give yourself the opportunity for more movement on the stage, click here for stage performance tips for singers

Daisy Brunskill – Great song choice! I don’t ever recall anyone doing this in the competition and you delivered it with some sass and attitude, you seem to love performing! Click here to read more about the importance of song choices. Commit even more to the performance as you have the right idea, relax a little and work the stage. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Vocally you are very impressive with great tone and range.

Eve Walsh – A very sweet innocent performance and a lovely rasp to your vocal, you picked a song that you connected with well. Click here for the importance of song choices. You could look to climb even more vocally into the song to take it to another level - adding more dynamic’s will do this. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. We liked that you had thought about your image! Click here for tips on finding an image as a musician

Milo George – Super vocal tone and great to see you have the confidence to perform your own song! Click here for more on how to write songs and for more on writing that all important killer song chorus. Think more about developing your guitar playing so you can concentrate more on your performance. Click here for more on guitar dynamics. Relax and immerse into the song and try not to get distracted by what’s around you.

Hollie Hunt – Lovely control over your you voice, big power and great to see you have the confidence to perform your own song. Click here for more on how to write songs and for more on writing that all important killer song chorus. You have good projection and power, look to give even more purpose to your hand and arm movements. Perhaps a different song would have demonstrated your range and voice better. Click here for tips on song choices.

Milan – You have a nice vocal! It would be nice to hear you starting to write your own songs. Click here for tips on how to write songs. Look to take the microphone off the stand and work the stage for more of a performance. Doing this will engage your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Beautiful voice and lovely control, we loved how you looked at the camera when they were taking a picture.

Amber Walker - You have nice tone! You need to develop your tuning, projection and range; look to work with a good vocal coach to develop these to be even better. Click here for more tips on picking the right singing teacher for you. Performance wise look to work the stage more so you aren’t so static - click here for stage performance tips for singers. Also consider selecting songs that best suit your vocals. Click here for the importance of song choices. Look to perform more especially in the instrumental sections, which there is even more emphasis to perform rather than doing nothing.

Russell Evans – Lovely tones to you vocal, with an awesome song choice! Click here for more on importance of song choices. Not quite sure what you are doing with your hand, look back at the footage and refine so your performance has more intent and purpose. Vocally at times you were fighting to hit all the top notes; look to strengthen your projection and range. Click here for more tips on how to achieve better vocal projection.

Amber – A lovely song choice, which makes a huge difference! Click here for the importance of song choices. Vocally watch your breathing as at times you ran out of breath. Click here for breath control excersises. Start to believe in yourself more as you have a super vocal! Have a think about working with a vocal coach to strengthen and develop your talent. Click here for more tips on picking the right singing teacher for you.

Barnaby - Great to see you performing your own song, look to perform as much as you can to try and test out the new material to live audiences. Click here for the importance of Open Mic nights for singers. Performance wise you sustain the notes well, but we would like to see you convey the emotion in the song and connect us to what it means to you. Click here for tips on how to sing with emotion

Natalie C – We liked that you made the song your own! Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. You have a wicked vocal and great technique, but you must ensure you practice and practice, so you never forget the lyrics. If you do, carry on (never stop) otherwise it highlights the error. You stage presence was fantastic, you owned it! Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Alisha B – You picked a very iconic song and one we are very familiar with, so it is difficult to stand out! Pick a song that’s more leftfield and less common. Click here for more tips on importance of song choices. You always consider image, which is so important! Click here for tips on finding an image as a musician. Great that you took the microphone off the stand and worked the stage. Think about giving more purposeful eye contact, as this will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for more on the importance of eye contact.

Johnny Dee Sparkes – You have a very unique voice and a great image! Your guitar didn’t sound as sweet as it should of – click here for tips on playing guitar. Expression should be subtle, so look to tone down the expression and be more on point with the exact emotion of the song. Always film yourself performing so you can perfect your expression and performance, click here for tips on singing with facial expressions

Steph Ritz – Amazing voice, you showed us how much you loved singing! You picked a very iconic and dated song, one we are very familiar with. This makes it hard to stand out. Either pick a song a bit more leftfield and less common or make the song more of your own and show us who you are as an artist! Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer and importance of song choices. Look to add more dynamics to give greater range to the performance. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics.

Chandler – Vocally you have super power and control, which you used well going through the vocal gears effortlessly. The song suited your vocal! Going forward we would like to hear you make any cover more of your own. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. You have amazing stage presence and put on a good performance but use your presence to greater affect and connect to the audience more with your eyes, click here for more on eye contact.

Amy Jade - You picked a popular song and one we are very familiar! Have a think about your song choice, choose a song that you can bring your own spin to as an artist. Click here for tips on performing a creative cover as a singer. Better still, look to start writing songs yourself. Click here for tips on how to write songs. We liked the confidence of asking the audience to participate!

Amy Walklett – We liked that you made the original different and your own, you made us believe every word. Performance wise look to work the stage more so you aren’t so static - click here for stage performance tips for singers. Also look to give more commitment with your body and arms to convey the emotional message of the song; we would love to see you use more facial expression when preforming to do this. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions

Charles Newton – Really fun performance, you had a lovely stage presence and good eye contact with the audience! Click here for more on importance of eye contact. Good song, but it did not suit you and you were singing large sections of it in the wrong key. Click here for advice on finding the right singing teacher to assist you in improving your projection and tuning. More performance will build your confidence and iron out the moves.

Shivani – A brave song choice, you pulled it off very well. A very polished performance with a silky tone, which you altered with good dynamic range to keep our ears loaded with lushest tones throughout. Good passion and commitment for an overall strong performance with a great stage presence. Maybe try and use the stage space a little more to connect more to the audience – click here for stage performance tips for singers. Love your image, simple and classy; click here for more tips on finding an image as a musician

21 and Over’s – Southampton Music Opportunities

Adam Jassat Ajsings – Your song is catchy but your diction at times is unclear and some of your moves need refining; make them with more purpose and use the whole stage! Click here for tips on how to improve diction. Watch your mic control, you are a long way away from the microphone and this is losing you projection and interrupting your vocal delivery. Click here for more on microphone technique. Great stage presence with a good energy, you owned the crowd! 

Harry Lehane – The song is catchy and connects well with the audience from the start. You are missing a trick in that you are looking down throughout, look up and translate the emotion of the song with your eyes. Click here for the importance of eye contact for an artist. Open Mic nights are a great eway of learning to develop your stagecraft, click here for more on Open Mic nights for singers. Super dynamics and vocal range!

The Emergency please – Really enjoyed your unique vocal and delivery, you have a lot of good energy! You would benefit from giving more eye contact; you are performing with your eyes closed at the moment, which isn’t engaging for your audience. Click here for more on importance of eye contact. Also consider how you are expressing the song, look back at the footage and think about how you can use greater facial expressions. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions.

Joshua – Good decision to stand whilst playing, as that gives you the opportunity for more movement. You’re letting yourself down with some bad mic control, your looking down and away from the microphone which can effect your vocal delivery. Click here for more on microphone technique. Open you eyes and reach out to your audience to convey the emotion within the song. Click here for importance of eye contact. Also at this stage you should be performing your own songs. Click here for tips on how to write songs

Tanya Miler – Wow what a voice! We could see that you were nervous, the more you perform the more you will be comfortable coping with the nerves. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves. You have a powerful vocal but could do with being more original, look to choose a song that you can bring your own spin to as an artist. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer

R-techz – You lost the opportunity to perform in the intro of the song, although you did speak, it could have been more purposeful! Click here for more tips on audience engagement. Look to polish the stage performance have a bit more snap and slickness. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Filming your performances and watching them back will help to refine these areas. Brilliant artist, you remind us of DJ Format your lyrics are so relevant and appropriate to you! 

Jake Castle – You have a super husky tone and delivery, which made the song sound different and individual! Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Perhaps choose a song that shows us your range and what you can do with your voice as this song hid that a little, click here for more on the importance of song choices as a performer.  

George Benn – You are a good songwriter with great chord pattern on the guitar but potentially not the best person to drive the songs to the next level. You need more stage presence and we need more expression from you. Click here for stage performance tips for singers and tips on singing with facial expressions. Look to add more dynamics to keep the interest going throughout. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics

Jay Burleigh – Lovely song, very uplifting! You’ve got a lot going on in your set up which is on occasions going to cause complications. Sometimes there is no substitute for a simple melody and hook of a song, so concentrating on delivering a good song is the key ingredient. Not sure all the effects; pedals and equipment are really adding anything significantly. Click here for more advice on a guitar loop pedal performance.

Adale Jones - You have a lovely vocal but picking a popular song and one we are very familiar with always makes it hard to stand out; either pick a song a bit more leftfield and less common or make the song more of your own and show us who you are as an artist. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Better still, look to start writing songs yourself. Click here for tips on how to write songs. Consider adding more dynamics in the delivery of the attack of the song. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics

Nusense – Song flows really well and has a good message along with a good vibe. Focus on driving the chorus so it highlights the hook more. The rapping was great, and you delivered it well. You had us all engaged and wanting more! Commit more to the performance to give us greater stage presence, this will allow you to connect to the audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Stella Thomson – The song was so chilled and laidback, it has lots of potential. It’s really catchy and lyrically perfect! Perhaps look to perform out as much as you can so you can try and test out the delivery. Look to film yourself and review to refine the delivery of the song. Click here for the importance of Open Mic nights for singers.

Kieran Taylor – The song sounds very deep, but you aren’t expressing the emotion that the lyrics are communicating. Click here for tips on how to sing with emotion, and singing with facial expressions. Adding more dynamics would really improve the song and its delivery also. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics

Lauren Patricia - Lots of potential, look to work the stage more to give more of a performance. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Doing a theatrical or opera number always means you are playing a part and not being yourself. Vocally look to develop your projection so it has a bigger punch for such a big number! Click here for more tips on how to achieve better vocal projection.

Hannah Harris – We liked that you took the microphone off the stand to try and work the stage, look to commit even more to your stage presence. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Vocally would like to see you develop your range, projection and overall dynamics both vocally and in the performance. Click here for more tips on adding more vocal dynamics as a singer.

Marie and Robbie – Lovely haunting and earthy vibe which fits the song perfectly.  As performers we would like to see you connect with each other more with a glance, wink or smile across at each other; otherwise it feels like separate individual performances rather than being together on stage. Click here for tips for music duos and groups. Practice, film, observe and refine your stage presence so more of an act.

Eric Walker – You have a gift of story telling but the song needs more punch and drive! Click here for more on writing that killer song chorus. More dynamics in the delivery and attack of certain lines of the song will really help to raise the appeal of the song. Go to many Open Mic nights to help develop your stage craft. Click here for more on the benefits of Open Mic nights for singers.

One Way – A very clever artist, loved your voice and rapping! Always key to using a loop pedal is playing the parts in time and getting it up and running quickly so you don’t lose your audience. Click here for more advice on a guitar loop pedal performance. All the time you are building up the parts you aren’t engaging or connecting with your audience. Structure of the song was good and you built around delivering the chorus as the focal point.

Jemma Adey – Good eye contact to engage with your audience, good energy and you got the audience involved from the start. However, it wasn’t very original, and it would be good for you to demonstrate to us who you are as an artist. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Super energy on stage to deliver a super performance!

Laura Hicks – You’ve always have a super vocal! Your main issue is discovering who you are as an artist, you would benefit from doing a mood board to define how you feel as an artist, otherwise you are left on the level of being a singer and that makes it difficult to progress from, make your performance one to remember by defining who you are! Click here for tips on finding an image as a musician.

Daz Menzies – You have a lovely bluesy voice, with good vocal delivery and looks like you love what you do. You picked a great song to sing but you needed to put more emotion into it, click here for more on importance of song choice and tips on how to sing with emotion. The entrance onto the stage was great! Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Laz Lore – The song is catchy with a good chorus, has a bit of a Pet Shop boy’s vibe. You need to work on vocal range and the baking track wasn’t needed, it overpowered your voice slightly. Regarding your performance, you were a long way away from the mic, which affected your delivery, click here for more tips on microphone technique.

SOUTHAMPTON MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES

All singers and songwriters successful through the Southampton music opportunities progressed onto the next stage of the competition at the South England Area Final which will be held at The Engine Rooms on Sunday 3rd December. 

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  • READING MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES


    READING MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES

    Singers and songwriters came to impress at a show for Reading music opportunities at Sub89

       

    Reading Music Opportunities: Open Mic UK gave budding singers Reading music opportunities at the weekend. The …

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  • SHEFFIELD MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES


    SHEFFIELD MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES

    Singers and songwriters came to impress at a show for Sheffield music opportunities at The Sheffield City Hall

       

    Sheffield Music Opportunities: Open Mic UK gave budding singers Sheffield music …

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  • SOUTHAMPTON MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES


    SOUTHAMPTON MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES

    Singers and songwriters came to impress at a show for Southampton music opportunities at The 1865

      

    Southampton Music Opportunities: Open Mic UK gave budding singers Southampton music opportunities at …

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  • GLASGOW MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES


    GLASGOW MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES

    Singers and songwriters came to impress at a show for Glasgow music opportunities at Airdrie Town Hall

     

    Glasgow Music Opportunities: Open Mic UK gave budding singers Glasgow music opportunities at the weekend. …

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  • LIVERPOOL MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES


    LIVERPOOL MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES

    Singers and songwriters came to impress at a show for Liverpool music opportunities at The Liner Hotel

    Liverpool Music Opportunities: Open Mic UK gave budding singers Liverpool music opportunities at the …

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  • LONDON MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES - 28th October


    LONDON MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES

    Singers and songwriters came to impress at a show for London music opportunities 

    London Music Opportunities: Open Mic UK gave budding singers Lonon music opportunities at the weekend. The singers and …

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  • LONDON MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES


    LONDON MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES

    Singers and songwriters came to impress at a show for London music opportunities 

    London Music Opportunities: Open Mic UK gave budding singers Lonon music opportunities at the weekend. The singers and …

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Singing Competition Prizes

  • BELFAST RECORDING STUDIOS


    BELFAST RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Belfast Regional Finals!

    Belfast Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Belfast Regional Finals took place this weekend at Kings Hall in …

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  • EXETER RECORDING STUDIOS


    EXETER RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Exeter Regional Finals! 

    Exeter Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Exeter Regional Finals took place this weekend at Exeter Corn …

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  • ESSEX RECORDING STUDIOS


    ESSEX RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Essex Regional Finals!

    Essex Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Essex Regional Finals took place this weekend at Marconi Social Club in …

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  • CAMDEN RECORDING STUDIOS


    CAMDEN RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Camden Regional Finals! 

    Camden Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Camden Regional Finals took place this weekend at Dingwalls in …

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  • READING RECORDING STUDIOS


    READING RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Reading Regional Finals! 

    Reading Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Reading Regional Finals took place this weekend at Sub89 in …

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  • NOTTINGHAM RECORDING STUDIOS


    NOTTINGHAM RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Nottingham Regional Finals! 

    Nottingham Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Nottingham Regional Finals took place this weekend …

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  • MILTON KEYNES RECORDING STUDIOS


    MILTON KEYNES RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Milton Keynes Regional Finals!

     

    Milton Keynes Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Milton Keynes Regional Finals took place …

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  • NEWCASTLE RECORDING STUDIOS


    NEWCASTLE RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Newcastle Regional Finals!

     

    Newcastle Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Newcastle Regional Finals took place this weekend at …

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