Reality Show Featuring Leona Lewis, Jordin Sparks to Hold Open Casting Call
“Majors & Minors,” an upcoming show on The Hub that pairs young ones with top music talent, is looking for children ages 8-16.
Los Angeles, CA. – The Boardwalk Entertainment Group today announced the launch of a nationwide casting search for kids to be mentored by some of the biggest and most established artists in the music industry in a new reality series, Majors & Minors, to be televised this fall on The Hub television network.Popular music artists like Leona Lewis, Jordin Sparks, Sean Kingston and Ryan Tedder will join the team of artists in a search to find America’s Next Young Superstar. Boardwalk three -time Grammy- nominated Evan Bogart, the songwriting hit-maker for music stars Rihanna and Beyonce, along with Boardwalk partners and acclaimed TV producers Timothy Bogart and Gary A. Randall will produce the series for The Hub in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment’s The RCA /JIVE Label Group and BMI. “I'm very excited to be part of a new network that is so committed to showcasing and developing fresh new talent,” commented Evan Bogart. “With all of the success I have enjoyed as a music producer and songwriter, I'm passionate about creating new platforms to both give back and to allow the next generation of superstars to thrive.” Casting is open to children ages 8-16. An open casting call will be conducted at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Sunday, April 10th as part of the "Reality Rocks Expo," a major two-day event that will be highlighting some of the biggest reality shows on television. For more information about the OPEN CASTING CALL, as well as the ONLINE AUDITION PROCESS scheduled to begin shortly, visit: http://majorsandminorscasting.com.
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