Next Stage of "Majors & Minors" Launched
Wed, 13 Apr 2011 11:20:28
If Rebecca Black can achieve overnight success, your kid can, too.
The Boardwalk Entertainment Group has officially launched the next stage of casting for Majors & Minors: the talent search for kids to be mentored by the biggest and most established artists in the music industry. The series premieres this fall on The Hub, a TV network for kids and their families.
Parents can apply on behalf of their children and submit their children's video auditions by going here. If you think your kid is the future Rebecca Black, then the aforementioned link is the key to your future! Seriously, this is ho Black's mom did it and her kid got famous…fast.
The music-based performance competition is thrilled to announce that Brandy and Mike Posner will guest appear on the show. Already set to appear is Leona Lewis, Jordin Sparks, Sean Kingston and One Republic's Ryan Tedder. These "Mentors" will help guide the talented young cast as they embark on their individual journeys toward achieving their dreams.
There will be no "losers" on Majors & Minors. Over the course of the 15-episode series the entire cast will be taught by the guest "Majors/Mentors," sharpening and honing the skills they come in with, ensuring that everybody leaves the experience better prepared to make the journey to capture their dreams ahead. While no one ever gets "voted off," at the end of the series one lucky cast member, viewed by the celebrity mentors and producers as having the greatest breakout potential, will win a recording deal (with Boardwalk and the RCA/JIVE Label Group), a music publishing deal, and the chance to become the featured star in a cross-country live tour with the entire cast.
Are you going to enter your talented kid into the Majors & Minors casting pool?