Brookland's Future StarzPresented by Amanda Neale
A new series this Autumn
|Elsa Jauregui from Reigate is this years winner for Brooklands Future Starz!!!!
Well done Elsa !
We are looking forward to her recording down at the studios in London with music entrepreneur and vocal mentor Amanda Neale and record producer Anthony Goldsbrough this year.
Watch this space for the chance to hear her new track which will be written by Elsa herself.
Elsa will be featured in the new series of Brooklands Future Starz this Autumn with an update on how she is getting on with her singing and songwriting.
There will be a new series in the Autumn when Brooklands Radio brings you the chance to win the opportunity to write and record your own track with a top record producer.
If you're aged between 10 to 16 and have a passion for music, enter the Brooklands Future Starz competition and be heard by music industry mentors as you sing live on the radio on our monthly Saturday evening show.
To enter, simply email us on firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your name, age and contact details and get ready to get out there with Brooklands Future Starz.
Amanda NealeMusic and entertainments entrepreneur Amanda Neale (ex girl band 4Nations) founded management agency Noise Management, managing acts from a small local rehearsal and recording facility in Surrey.
She worked for for the Roadhouse in Covent Garden where she became the booker taking on major signed acts for their exclusive performances. These included chart toppers who regularly warmed up at the Roadhouse before they went to record on BBC one's Top of the Pops show.
She has booked and worked with major stars such as: Gary Numan, Alexander O'Neal, Bucks Fizz, Limahl, Attomic Kitten, S Club 7, Jason Donavan, Sinnitta, Katrina and the Waves, Slade, Bad Manners, Bill Wyman, Boom, Sonia, Imagination, The Three Degrees, The Drifters and many more.
In early 2000, after Amanda had started her family, she established music management and events agency Mega Music Management to take on unsigned acts and promote signed ones. She booked for events such as Guilfest, and Glastonbury, and newer venues such as Indigo at the O2.
As part of MMM's agency Amanda branched out and launch a vocal academy teaching all ages singing, song writing and showcasing techniques. It was then that she mentored group Diamond Chique, a band consisting of mothers who worked and wanted to also pursue a career in singing.
Amanda set up a new talent show called Junior Star Singer, created to allow young talent to showcase their material around the country. It is geared towards 10 to 16 year olds and allows young singers to showcase their work to the public in front of a panel of judges from the music industry. This year Amanda has launched another show where the winner was able to sing a track for a TV show competition on Sky TV.
Amanda is currently writing her first novel due to be published at the back end of this year. Her book is a story of one woman's journey in the music industry and how she has to fight to succeed. Her aim is to show how women can find strength and power in their lives and overcome trials they may face by fighting harder, being determined and being strong willed.
Amanda says "claims "never, never, never give up your dreams. Embrace life and aim high for what you want in life. Let the birds fly out of your cage!"
To contact Amanda email: email@example.com