Wanted 70s & 90s Funky Soul Old School Choir Singers

Payment Details:

To Be Confirmed


UK Wide


Male, Female

Age Range:

30 to 70

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Full Details of Job / Opportunity

Bond 001 events & entertainments is a start up singing group. NOT a band. We will be singing to backing tracks in venues. We are not yet established, so please don't apply if you have high expectations and want to make instant money!!

I'm looking for high energy cover artists and backing vocalists to create a singing group, members will sing at small clubs, social clubs, working men's clubs, gradually working our way up to theatre halls and festivals.

You must be a MASSIVE fan and LOVER of Old School, soul, party house rhythm classics ONLY from the 70s and 90s. These were the best eras. I want people to come with a plan / collective thoughts / agenda for the group, and be good at how to market our shows, we want to be the best, and deliver the music to a high standard. We need consistently reliable, honest, commitment free, mix of single males and females, all MATURE backgrounds, who can hold a tune whilst being able to entertain and engage the audience, during and in between songs.

Rehearsals are based in LONDON. Age range 30-60 Looking to gig / perform about twice a week, this will increase in due course.

We will do a group interview at a karaoke bar in SOHO London, I will hire a private booth, from there we will take it in turns to sing our favorite tracks and discuss regular meetings four our rehearsals.

Applicants MUST be essentially FLEXIBLE, single, talented, aspiring singer - wannabe, impressionable, and currently unemployed.

I aim to have our meeting mid JULY. So message me and tell me about yourself.

Audition / Rehearsal / Production dates


This job is unpaid - Auditions are UNPAID. Potential earnings once the group goes live on stage.

I want BUSINESS MINDED people, to help launch this project into a business, so we can ALL get paid for our gigs and performances.

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