Open Mic Talent night

If you've ever wished for a music career, the Lake Country Open Mic has a talent series is for you.

If you have ever wished your star was found under the hot lights of the stage while you sing your heart out, the Lake Country Open Mic has Talent series is for you. Organizers of the 2012 event are welcoming every style of music including cover tunes and originals song writing to the stage. The contest is meant to spotlight an original singer/songwriter and give them performance and recording opportunities.

It is hosted by The Lake Country Coffee House where applications are available for any Okanagan resident over the age of 19, the application deadline is Wednesday, March 21. Audition nights are the first Wednesday of each month starting April 4.

Only 20 spots are available, but musicians can perform solo, duet or as a trio.

Organizer Jennifer Boal is hoping the buzz will build and the people on the stage will be performing for a full house.

Every event promises to be packed with live music, no karaoke backtracks will be allowed. Judges will be looking for vocal ability, song impact and audience connection.

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