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Monday, April 4, 2011

Are you looking for that big break as a singer/performer?

I am passing this along to all of the performers out there as a courtesy.  It's not an advertisement, and it won't appeal to all of you, but it might be worth a shot for some.

Fisher Talent Management is holding auditions throughout 2011.  They've had a fair amount of success placing individuals in auditions for some of the hottest talent shows on television.  They are currently gearing up for auditions for the 2012 versions of X Factor, X Factor UK and American Idol.  There will be six audition dates during 2011 at various cities throughout the US and UK.  The auditions on each date will take place between 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM local time.  You must pre-register on-line at least 30 days in advance with Fisher Talent Management in order to participate.  2011 auditions will be held in the following cities on the listed dates:
  • Atlanta, GA on Saturday, June 11, 2011
  • New York City, NY on Saturday, July 16, 2011
  • Beverly Hills, CA on Saturday, August 13, 2011
  • Chicago, IL on Saturday October, 1, 2011
  • Austin, TX on Saturday November, 12, 2011
  • London, UK on Saturday December, 10, 2011
For more information, check out Fisher Talent Management's website,   And hey, if you make it, don't forget to tell them you heard about it on Wildy's World!


Unknown said...

Really? Before you endorse something you really should know the product.

My daughter is very talented but I will not let her deal with just anyone. In looking into this site have been able to ascertain that at least 2 of the so called judges are not what they represent themselves to be. And one has a website that talks a lot about nothing.

Mr. Holmes is nothing more than a cafeteria worker at a local private school. And Ms. Davis was a bartender at the local watering hole for over 10 years.

I may be wrong, but this looks to be a scam. Show the public your credentials please.

Again, if you want folks to respect your opinion do your home work.

Anonymous said...

Let the artist beware. This is definitely not all "that"