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Mar/22/7pm/Voice of Hope Presents Benefit Cherokee Children’s Home $8 before date, $10 day of

Posted on Feb.12, 2013

The voice students of Jennifer Robbins will a benefit concert on Friday, March 22nd at Capri On Main in downtown Gaffney at 7:00 pm. This is a ticketed event that will feature Jennifer’s students and also guest performers who are invited to audition as part of the program to win a three song demo project at a local recording studio. To be a guest performer, you must submit a video of yourself singing 30 seconds of the song of your choice to the Facebook page, Voice of Hope Benefit Concert. The first twenty singers who have the most “Likes” on their video on the Facebook page will win a spot to audition live at the concert with their 30 second a cappella song. The winner will be chosen after their live audition at the concert and will receive a three song demo CD recording project at Grey Wolf studios in Mayo, complete with a free photo shoot and 25 CDs. This contest is open to all singers ages 10-17 who are not vocal students of Jennifer’s.
Tickets are $8 prior to the event or $10 at the door. For ticket information please email Jennifer Robbins at vocalinsight@gmail.com. All proceeds from this event will benefit the Cherokee Children’s Home.

About Jennifer Robbins:

Jennifer grew up in Gaffney and learned to perform at an early age. She sang in community events and church concerts starting at age 13, and has been a profession studio singer since age 18, recording in studios in the Upstate as well as a Motown studio in Detroit, MI. She was an active musician with Z-1 Model and Talent out of Chester, SC since age 16 and honed her vocal and performing skills in high school while attending the Pre-College Music Program at Converse College, where she would eventually attend college and graduate with a B. A. in Music. She is also a worship leader and feels strongly that the nurturing she received in church environments has shaped her into the musician she is today. She began teaching private voice lessons in 2000 in area churches and continues to encourage singers as she teaches onstage communication and performance skills along with healthy vocal technique through pop, country & rock styles that her students love to sing.

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