Los Angeles, CA (Vocus) September 16, 2009
TheNetStar.com announced that Martine Kelsey a Canadian singer/songwriter is holding her lead over 2nd place Cheryl Lynn Moore in the Country/CCM contest where the winner will go on to receive a $75,000 recording contract with a Grammy Award winning production team.
In this last round of competition Natisha Lyne has bettered her position to 4th place over Michael Kitts. Current ranking can be seen at (http://www.thenetstar.com). This current contest will end September 28th.
Anyone interested in new singing talent is urged to go and listen to the contestants and cast a vote for their favorite singer. Voting is simple just go to http://www.thenetstar.com and click on the Country/CCM tab, listen to the contestants and cast your vote.
TheNetStar, an internet company, offers singers the opportunity to enter their singing competition, which relies solely on votes cast by the people online, to judge their contest submissions. Performing artists can submit their entries at anytime, in any of the new following categories: Pop, Rock, R&B, Contemporary Christian, Gospel and Country Music.
TheNetStar monthly competitions are not "auditions" - visitors vote online for their favourite performer based on instrumentation and production values, as well as the quality of each entry; therefore, they recommend all submissions be recorded, professionally, to achieve the best sound.
After the last competition winner was announced, entrants have been pouring in and this month's competition promises to be fierce, so if you have been considering entering, but haven't done so yet, there is no time like the present. Just visit http://www.thenetstar.com and fill out the entry form right there on the Home page.
"I get very excited as I watch more and more people come to TheNetStar.com to enter one of our singing competitions. Then to watch the viewers come in and vote for their favourite shows TheNetStar.com is filling a need not filled by television." remarked TheNetStar (thenetstar.com) GM, Michael J. Badagliacco. "It does my heart good knowing we are making it easy for singing talented individuals to get exposure that they would otherwise never get."
Contestants compete for a $75,000 recording and distribution contract provided by TheNetStar (http://www.thenetstar.com), as well as other valuable prizes.
Contestants submit a nominal administrative fee of $47.00 (US Dollars) to enter the world wide competition. Past genres included Pop/Rock of which Cathy Griffin won the inaugural competition, R&B/Hip Hop of which Robert Nevels won and currently Country/Contemporary Christian Music (CCM).
A new competition starts every month and each runs for 90 days. Anyone with singing talent can compete to become the next "NetStar". Entrants simply upload their song in video (flv) or audio (mp3) format for the world to vote on.
The worldwide audience selects the winner, through several rounds of elimination, solely by online voting. Voting is free.
Anyone with singing talent can compete in the competitions. Persons interested in competing can register at http://www.thenetstar.com.
Media interested in covering the ongoing battle of the new stars can contact Michael J. Badagliacco.
Michael J. Badagliacco, Gen Mgr