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“Vocaltutor Aritst Devclopment is pleased to announce Beth Flanagan has signed for a second year with us. Over the last year Beth has achieved such a lot. Photoshoots, cover recordings, video’s, original writing and recording, performing all over the UK. Beth has competed in many competitions too, including Open Mic UK, and Stars of the Future, Sheffield, in which she came first. Plans for this year include more original song writing with Power Studios, London, entering many more competitions, and hopefully completing her first album. Please subscribe to Beth’s Youtube, and all her social media. Links Below: http://www.youtube.com/bethpheonixx http://soundcloud.com/bethpheonixx http://www.facebook.com/BethFlanaganPheonixx http://www.bethflanagan.co.uk/ http://twitter.com/BethPheonixx/”
“Beth Flanagan (Vocaltutor Artist Development Artist) came second in the 360 artist development competition on the 4th December, she has won a free recording session. It was a tough competition, as their was a lot of talent on the day. The competition took place at Eiger Studio’s in Leeds. Well done Beth. Beth also won Stars of the future as few weeks ago in Sheffield, beating off lots of stiff competition. ”
“Beth, from Castleford, currently attending Castleford High School has always wanted to be a singer, but has had to overcome many trials to get to where she is now. Beth at the age of 7 lost her father after a sudden illness, a heart condition. Beth has worked hard with her mother Andrea’s support to train in singing, and most recently in playing the guitar. “Music, singing, performing and song writing. These are all passions in my life” says Beth. Beth started singing when I was just 11 years old and has been singing ever since. The first competition she entered was within her school a she made it to the final. Beth went on to win 'STARMAKERS' at Airedale High School.”
“Beth Flanagan, 14, of Smawthorne Lane, impressed judges at the LIve and Unsigned auditions in Dewsbury in January with a song she had written herself, securing a place in the regional finals. If all goes well, Beth could win a place in the overall final of the competition at the O2 in London. Beth, a Castleford High School pupil, said: “I have been singing seriously for about five or six years and my singing teacher suggested I enter the competition. Beth will perform her song, Criminal, at the regional heat on March 27 in Dewsbury in a bid to grab a spot in the grand final. Georgina Hill-Brown, her singing teacher, said: “Beth’s song for the competition is bubbly and up tempo so we’ve got a dance teacher and dancers together to add to her performance. She’s gone all out for it, she’ll be great.” ”