Go grab a mic and belt it out

Whitsunday Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

IT’S time to dis­cover some fresh new tal­ent and it seems an open mic night is just the way to do it.

Two Air­lie Beach busi­nesses, Cot­ton Candy Cow­girls and Fish D’vine, have joined forces to fund an open mic night to en­cour­age more bud­ding artists to take to the stage.

Owner of Cot­ton Candy Cow­girls, Kristel Tay­lor said she wanted to give young peo­ple a chance to ex­press their tal­ents.

“There are a lot of amaz­ing young teenagers mak­ing some great mu­sic,” she said.

“They don’t have an av­enue for per­form­ing other than busk­ing at the mar­ket.”

Ms Tay­lor said any­one was wel­come to per­form on the night and those who did will go in the draw to win a $50 Fish D’vine voucher.

Open mic night will be held in the Fish D’vine and Candy Cow­girls court­yard.

Ses­sions will be held on the last Sun­day of ev­ery month at 5pm but to kick things off, the first open mic night will be held this Satur­day, July 2 at 6pm.

Kristel Tay­lor and daugh­ter.

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