Stars wanted for Lytham TV

CLINT BOON (L) CHATS TO CAROLINE WHITMORE AND ROSS MORGAN ON LFTV

Budding pop and rock stars are being offered the opportunity to perform live on Lytham Festival’s dedicated online TV channel. If you are free Monday afternoon or evening read on.

LF:TV launched last year and attracted guests ranging from Indie god and DJ Clint Boon and uber cool guitarist Jeff Wooton, to rock bands Reverend and The Makers and The Dunwells, Country stars The Shires, popstar Jake Quickenden, 70’s pop heroes Bay City Rollers and musical theatre stars Jodie Prenger and Collabro.

And this year Festival organisers are searching for talented musicians and singers from across the Fylde who believe they could be the LF:TV stars who will entertain both studio guests and the viewing audience.

LF:TV will be broadcast live each night from Wednesday August 2 to Sunday August 6 to coincide with all the headline acts in the Main Proms Arena. Open mic sessions are being held on Monday July 31 between 2-8pm at the LF:TV studio where any budding solo artists and comedians are encouraged to go along to pre-record a session which will be broadcast at some point during the Lytham Festival week.

Lytham Festival director Peter Taylor said: “We always try to do something that gives up-and-coming young talent the opportunity to gain an audience. This year we are offering this opportunity to a lot of people and in return they get to perform on our live LF:TV. It is a fantastic opportunity and we look forwarded to hearing and seeing some of the amazing local talent that we know is out there.”

For more details about Lytham Festival 2017 go to www.lythamfestival.com

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