Calling Female Artists! Honey Jam Auditions 2011 [PSA]
Toronto, ON – Honey Jam, produced by PhemPhat Entertainment Group, is the longest running all-female multicultural talent showcase in Canada and the search is on for this year’s line up of undiscovered talent! While the live auditions are in Toronto, THIS IS A NATIONAL SEARCH. Artists unable to make the live audition on Sunday June 5 at The Mod Club at 722 College Street, can email a link to one of their live performances. All of the details are on http://www.honeyjam.com. More information after the jump.
Judges will include reps from record labels, radio, media, artist funding bodies, producers, managers, vocal coaches and artists. Please note, there is no charge to audition, but audition spectators will be charged $5 at the door.
Honey Jam, which celebrates their “Sweet 16” anniversary this year, continuously delivers one of the summer’s hottest shows featuring electrifying live performances. Whether hip hop, R&B, rock, pop, jazz, soul, country, classical, dancehall – talented female vocalists representing all musical genres can take part.
Artists chosen to perform at this year’s showcase, which will take place on Thursday, August 11 will be announced at the media launch in July. They will have the opportunity to attend a free artist workshop produced by PhemPhat Entertainment Group taking place at Harris Institute to give them some insight into the industry in keeping with PhemPhat’s mandate to educate and mentor, as well as give exposure to up and coming female artists.
For info on the history of the Honey Jam and more details about the auditions and showcase, please check out the websites below.
Sponsors include Slaight Communications Inc., Nelstar Entertainment, TD Bank, FACTOR, Taylor Mitsopulos Klein Oballa,Yamaha Canada Music, MuchMusic, Exlaim.ca, Universal Music Canada, VerveGirl, The Canadian Independent Recording Artists Association, the SOCAN Foundation, Canadian Musician, Urbanology, BD Jolly & Milestone Radio Inc.
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