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Casting Call: New Singing Show, "Majors & Minors," Looking for Kids 8-16

Calling all singers/performers! Casting Duo in Los Angeles and the Hub TV network are looking for kids 8-16 for a new show called Majors and Minors - a music-based competition show featuring top music artists like Leona Lewis,Jordin Sparks, Sean Kingston andOne Republic’s Ryan Tedder!

Majors and Minors

This ground-breaking, music-based project needs talented singer/performers, ages 8-16. The music-based performance competition show will feature talented young performers who will get the chance of a lifetime to be taught by the best in the music business, giving them the direction and tools they’ll need to embark on their journeys toward achieving their dreams.

Not only that, one young talent will get the chance to win a recording deal, a music publishing deal and become a featured star in a cross-country tour!

Open Casting Call Details

  • Date: Sunday, April 10, 2011
  • Time: 11am to 6pm
  • Location: Reality Rocks Expo, Los Angeles Convention Center
  • Ages: Kids aged 8 to 16 years

Show up early to get your audition number. All kids auditioning must be accompanies by a parent or legal guardian. Keyboards, guitars, drums, microphones will be provided - just bring your talent!

Be sure to get more info from and submit your audition video online to the casting website!

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