The final will feature 13 talented acts - one from each Access to Music centre and partner college - performing in front of a panel of industry experts. Following the success of the regional auditions, for the first time this year, the event will also be streamed live on the Internet by B-Side Project Radio. Six regional auditions have already taken place, with just the acts from Access to Music Manchester and Trafford College, left to perform at the Manchester audition on Thursday 18th April at Jabez Clegg, So far, the following acts have been selected to perform at the National Final: Band of Gypsies (Stoke On Trent College) Call-Me Unique (Access to Music Birmingham) The Curves (Yorkshire Coast College) Frost D (Access to Music Norwich) The Indoor Kites (Access to Music Darlington) Jake & Joe (Access to Music Bristol) Pony & Trap (Access to Music York) Rituals (Access to Music London) Southpaw UK (Access to Music Brighton) Vanderjact (Access to Music Lincoln) Our panel of experts will choose acts to take part in the Atom Live National Tour in October, as well as selecting acts to take part in other opportunities like playing at festivals and the British Music Student Awards in July. Last year's National Final was a lively event and this year promises to be another day of difficult decisions for our panel of experts.
Performing an acoustic set at Cafe Bliss (part of the Worcester Arts Workshop) today. The address is 21 Sansome Street, WR1 1UH. Will be on about 2pm!
Sounds Like: Lauryn Hill, corrine bailey rae, Ella Fitzgerald, ♥ Jill Scott ♥, erkyah badu
Bio: Call Me Unique is a singer / songwriter heavily influenced by jazz, soul and the forgotten art of jazz scat-singing. Combining these elements with modern rap, beautiful melodies and soulful, thought-provoking lyrics, delivered by a voice of breathtaking beauty over her subtle guitar arrangements,...See Full Bio