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Just One Step Away From The 02
Brett Lee from Headingley, Leeds has just made it through the Regional Finals and is now at the final stage! Brett Lee will now be performing for a place at the Live and Unsigned National Grand Final.

After initially auditioning against thousands of other acts across the UK and impressing the judging panel with their originality, Brett Lee went on to perform live on stage at the Regional Final in Manchester. He dazzled the crowd with their winning performance and He is now set to perform at the Area Final - the last stage before the Live and Unsigned Festival at the 02 in London! He will now be competing in the North West England Final on Sunday 9th May at the Willows, Salford, Manchester.

Some of the biggest names in the industry will be judging the Area Final stage of the competition. Judges include Radio 1’s Annie Nightingale, Urban DJ, Presenter and Radio 1’s Ras Kwame, BBC Introducing’s Bethan Elfyn, legendary drummer Darren Ashford who’s played with the likes of The Backstreet Boys, Black Eyed Peas and Lionel Richie, and record producer Steve Lyon, who will all be casting their eye over the unsigned talent.

Live and Unsigned is the biggest original music competition in the UK for unsigned bands and artists. Attracting over 30, 000 entries in the past three years, it’s set itself apart from its predecessors by offering and promoting live, original music. It’s now established as the definitive music competition for original acts and it’s open to all genres of music from Heavy Rock to Rap.

So, what are the acts battling it out for? The chance to play on the main stage of the Live and Unsigned Festival at the 02 in London on 10th July. There’s also plenty of opportunities and awards up for grabs along the way, with a prize pool worth over £75, 000. The overall winner of the competition will be offered a recording and management contract with Future Music with an investment of up to £30, 000 to release their single and they’ll get the opportunity to develop their own clothing brand to sell online and in retail with Extreme State.

The competition provides acts with a host of opportunities to develop and expose their talent. There is an array of free master classes on offer with ICMP including drums, bass, guitar and vocal. The master classes are with some of the best names in the industry including drummer Pat Petrillo who has played with Gloria Gaynor and Patti Lebelle and a bass lesson with Lawrence Cottle who has worked with Eric Clapton and The Bee Gees. These classes will give acts the opportunity to not only learn new techniques and develop their performance skills, but they’ll also have the opportunity to take part in exclusive Q&A sessions. There’s also plenty of exposure opportunities for acts this year, including editorial coverage in some of the UK’s most popular magazines and websites. Other prizes on offer include festival slots, clothing, media exposure, days out and recording time.
Chris Grayston, Events Director of Live & Unsigned explains “We’re all about originality, Live ability and credibility. There’s over £75, 00 in prizes up for grabs this year so there’s plenty of opportunities for all acts taking part, not just for the winner! We’ve got some fantastic judges on board this year who will all be bringing their wealth of experience with them. With the Live and Unsigned Festival scheduled for the best venue in the country, the 02 in London, this really is going to be the biggest year for the competition yet!”
The winners of 2010 will be thrust into the media spotlight through television, radio and the press and will be given the opportunity to tour the UK. One act who has caught the judge’s eye this year is local talent Brett Lee, now competing in the Area Final. Brett made it through the Regional Final at Sheffield city Hall amongst some of the UK’s finest under the radar acts. They are now preparing for the Area Final on the 9th of May 2010 at The Willows, Salford for the opportunity to progress towards the Live and Unsigned festival at the O2 in London For more information go to the website; Or better still come down and support local talent; you can purchase tickets on the door or from Brett 07725527712,,
- evening Post - Leeds


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I'm Brett Lee... i have bin singing most of my life,, but only started to perform last year.. as i wanted to build a career as a chef before being able to free time up to concentrate of music which is what i have always wanted to do, i have bin writting lyrics since and early age but tend to just hit the record button and see what happens... most my songs are from situations and experiences i have had in my life.. there fore the listeners can relate to the lyrics due to there own experiences.. i find it easy to write songs more improvied as its the true feelings when i'm singing the lyrics from my hear and not trying to script them.. its easy to get accross the meaning as the lyrics are exactly what i am feeling at the time i hit record on the song... most of my music is easy listening and slow.. but there's a few up beat ones aswell.. my biggest high is playing in manchester at the LIVE AND UNSIGNED Area Final.. where i made it from 10.000 down to the last 200 hundred acts... also i have done various little competitions and gigs round leeds where i love playing to the little crowds as they really understand the emotion in my music. i hoepfully will get the chance to play to the big crowds in the future.