Music Executives Searching For America’s First Country Boyband
Do you think you have what it takes to be the country music version of the Backstreet Boys? What about *Nsync? Music industry executives David Schulhof and Jeff Rabhan are on the search to find country music’s first boyband with auditions across the United States. The band will go on a national tour next year.
They’re looking for talented singers that are at least 16 years old but must look like they’re younger than 25 years old for a new country super-group. The band will work with some of the biggest producers in the industry, be signed to a major record label, and go on a major 2012 tour. If you have the moves, the look, and the voice then try your luck at the Tampa Bay, Houston, Nashville and Los Angeles open casting calls. They are also accepting home video auditions.
For more information, and to apply to go to one of the open casting calls, visit the official website HERE.
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