Langho teen in Open Mic UK finals

Caroline Eve in talent competition
Caroline Eve in talent competition
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SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD Caroline Eve, of Langho, has been given the big thumbs up by judges at the Open Mic UK auditions in Manchester. Along with other impressive acts, Caroline has made it through to the area finals performing at the live showcases of Open Mic UK 2011.

Caroline, a former pupil of Westholme School, is currently studying music at Runshaw College, Leyland, with the ultimate aim of pursuing a professional singing career. In addition she plays piano, guitar and writes her own songs.

Open Mic UK 2011 is an exciting national talent competition which searches for the UK’s best singers, singer/songwriters, rappers and vocalists of all genres who perform either covers or original material.

At the area final on December 4th Caroline will be performing one of her own songs and a cover, and if successful she will have the opportunity to perform in the grand final at the O2 in January and the chance to grab a breakthrough recording contract.

Thousands of hopefuls entered nationwide and hundreds of auditionees queued patiently on the day for their turn to impress the judges.

Caroline will be be performing in front of hundreds of audience members and a professional judging panel to win a place at the national grand final. The winners will get to perform on stage at The 02 at Live Fest, London’s largest indoor festival and the overall winner will be offered a recording contract, with up to £30,000 investment and also have the opportunity to tour across the UK.

To view Caroline’s performance in the regional final enter