Neasden arts charity in quest to fly the next ‘Leona Lewis’ to Jamaica
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It’s most famous winner was Leona Lewis before she went stratospheric, now a Neasden-based arts charity and community radio is looking for a talented singer to send to Jamaica in a music competition.
SABA, a performing arts charity and the organisation behind Brent Community Radio based at the Grange in Neasden Lane, has joined forces with the Birmingham Olympic Legacy Tour (BOLT) of Jamaica to celebrate 15 years of its flagship project UK Unsigned.
Through BOLT’s Song For Jamaica, one lucky, talented singer will win the chance to represent UK Unsigned in Jamaica this Autumn.
Runners up will receive recording, promotion and performing opportunities.
Auditions will start on July 17 and is open for singers of any genre or music style.
A number of performers will be chosen for the semi finals on August 29 and thehe final will take place on September 5.
The winner will join BOLT on the Jamaican tour.
If you would like to take part email@example.com or call 0208 776 6776.SABA is also looking for budding radio presenters for its Your Digital Network (YDN) found at yourdigitalnetwork.org.uk. This network also includes Brent Community Radio, set up to highlight local community issues and promote local talent.
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