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1st Annual DFW ICON Awards Top Singers in the DFW Area with Over $20,000 in Prizes at the 30th Annual Grapevine Main Street Days
GRAPEVINE, TEXAS – (May 18, 2014) – As part of the 30th Annual Main Street Days, held in Historic Downtown Grapevine, the 1st Annual DFW ICON singing competition took to the Audi Main Stage with 33 talented Finalists. Four category winners and one Grand Champion Winner took home over $20,000 in prizes. Talent was judged by some of the music industry’s top pros.
Semi-Finals took place, at the Grapevine Palace Theatre, on May 16 & 17. Out of 85 contestants, the judges narrowed it down to 32 Finalists and one Wild Card. First place category winners: Ages 7-11 – McKinley Ream (11), Sunnyvale, TX; Ages 13-15 – Lauren Gehle (15), Burleson, TX; Ages 16-19 – Trevor Douglas (16), Ft. Worth, TX; Ages 20-24- Tori Sloan (20), Grapevine, TX. The Wild Card contestant, Chloe Moore (14) from Prosper, TX was selected as Grand Champion Winner.
At the helm of DFW ICON is Dallas native, Jonathan George, CEO of JG Entertainment. George currently lives in LA and is responsible for developing some of the biggest young names on Disney, Nickelodeon, MTV, Universal, Sony and more. George states, “The competition was stiff…there were so many talented performers that some incredible talent did not make it through to the Finals. Texas has a lot of wonderful young talent.”
The prize packages included: A fully produced, mixed and mastered Single with Grammy Nominated producer and writer Bob Parr, Artist Branding Consultation, Artist Photo shoot, Social Media Branding Package, Professional Bio, Press Release, Celebrity Styling and Imaging Consultation, House of Blues Industry Showcase, and $8000 in Scholarships to Hollywood Launch Academy of DFW. George states, “We want to give the winner the tools to take their career to the next level.”
DFW ICON was hosted by 106.1 KISS FM radio personality, Billy the Kidd. The event benefited the late Kidd Kraddick’s foundation, Kidd’s Kids. Billy said, “I was blown away with the level of talent on that stage. The fact that it benefited Kidd’s Kids, which is dear to my heart, made it even more amazing. The event was so successful; it is hard to believe this was their first year!”
Jonathan George and Contestants are available for interviews.
May 16, 17 and 18
GRAPEVINE, TEXAS – (April 21, 2014) – As part of the 30th Annual Main Street Days held in Historic Downtown Grapevine May 16, 17 and 18, JG Entertainment will debut the 1st Annual DFW ICON vocal competition. At this exciting competition, JG Entertainment expects to find promising talent in hopes of launching the next big star. DFW ICON will also benefit Kidd’s Kids, the organization founded by the late Kidd Kraddick.
DFW ICON will open the microphone to talented singers between the ages 7 to 24 years old. Winner packages exceed $20,000 in prizes including recording, branding, social media, photo shoots, image consulting, scholarships and more.
At the helm of DFW ICON is Dallas native, Jonathan George, CEO of JG Entertainment. George currently lives in LA and is responsible for developing some of the biggest young names on Disney, Nickelodeon, MTV, Universal, Sony and more. George states, “It is exciting to be coming home to Dallas and Grapevine to find the most promising talent. We are always looking for the new up and coming stars. They are out there. You just have to find them.”
Preliminary rounds will be held at the Palace Theatre May 16 and 17. Finals will be held on the 30th Annual Main Street Days Main Stage on May 18. Talent will be placed in four categories grouped by ages 7-11, 12-15, 16-19 and 20-24. Those wanting to compete must register online at www.DFWICON.com.
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Jonathan George is available for interviews.
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Noah’s first film was Grand Escape. He booked his first major part playing Trevor on Adult Swim’s Emmy winning series Children’s Hospital where he starred opposite Henry Winkler. He has completed several TV commercials and print jobs for Mattel, Ben 10, Disney, Kipling and Chrysler. Noah’s most memorable piece is probably Blake Shelton’s music video “Honeybee.”
Noah started singing at the age of 8. His sister dragged him to a musical theater audition for Annie Get Your Gun and he was hooked after that. He continued performing for the Southern California Youth Theater starring as the Scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz, LaFue in Beauty and the Beast and his latest theater performance has been in Christmas shows at the Dream Center in LA where he has performed for over 20, 000 people each Christmas.
After attending AMTC’s SHINE event in 2011, Noah signed with CESD in Los Angeles.
AMTC recently became a 501c3 non-profit ministry. It is dedicated to making good bolder in film, fashion, music and theater and is currently holding auditions in major cities across the country. The next SHINE talent showcase is being held Dec 31, 2013 - Jan 05, 2014 at the Gaylord Palms, Orlando, Florida. For more information about auditions like the one Noah went to in Dallas, TX, please visithttp://www.AMTCaudition.com.
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