Glossop woman is on song

Glossop's Rosie Arnfield has successfully battled through live shows in front of judges of the prestigious Open Mic UK music competition and made it through to the area final.  

And it means she is just one performance away from the Grand Final at The O2 in London.  

At the regional finals, which took place in Maxwell Hall in Salford, Rosie (pictured) won the trophy for “Best Original Song” with ‘Song Bird’ as well as winning a meeting with industry professionals, and progression in to the next round!

Open Mic UK 2019 is the biggest search for unsigned talent in the UK.

Auditions are held all over the country every year in search for the UK’s best singers, singer-songwriters, rappers and vocalists of all genres performing either covers or their own original material. 

Acts who have competed in the competitions on their way to being signed to major record labels include Lucy Spraggan, Luke Friend, Karen Hardy, Jacob Banks, plus Warner Music’s signings and Open Mic UK's first winner Birdyan.

Both the audience and judges will decide who progresses to the Grand Final.

If you would like to be in the audience to support Rosie at the area final, it also takes place at 3.45pm on Saturday November 16, in the Maxwell Hall.

Tickets are available from www.rosiearnfield.co.uk

Rosie is also running a crowd funding campaign to help fund production of her debut album. More details can be found at https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/debut-album-rosie-arnfield.

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