It’s HOLIDAY SEASON, so pick your favorite HOLIDAY SONG OR DUET and just in case one of our celeb judges pop up for you, look the part! We’re looking for the sound, the tone, the pitch… ATNY’s The Voice!
Join us for this Holiday Special, where you get to sing your heart out for our panel of Industry Professionals. Oh yes, your video will be off, but your voice better be ON! What a fun way to gain Broadway and pop comments on your vocals. It’s an educational workshop that you’ll love. For time assurance, we are limiting this to the first 12 registrants.
Perform a holiday song that best highlights your vocal range, any genre, and receive comments and feedback from our expert guests who will choose the night’s big winners. Grand prizes include free workshops and live performances!
Guest Celebrity Judges:
Michael Feldman: Michael is the Executive Producer of Disney Channel’s Hit Series, Raven’s Home. Previously, he produced the hit Nickelodeon show Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn. Throughout his twenty years working in Hollywood, Michael has written, developed, created, produced and director television shows for CBS, ABC, NBC, USA, Twentieth Century Fox, Viacom and The Disney Channel. Having written for such shows as “Everybody Loves Raymond”, “Yes, Dear”, “The Gregory Hines Show”, “Boston Common” and others, Michael eventually began to focus on creating programming for a younger audience. In more than a decade at the Disney Channel, Michael wrote and produced nearly 100 episodes of That’s So Raven, as well as its spin-off Cory in the House. He also cast Demi Levato in her first major television role as the star of Sonny with a Chance. And helped to create the Disney Channel sketch comedy show So Random! In four years with Nickelodeon Michael has written and produced See Dad Run and developed, cast, and Exec Produced NRDD.
Bruce Berman: Bruce is a long time Disney Producer. He’s worked on many previous hits under Dan Schneider, such as iCarly, Drake & Josh, Game Shakers, Victorious, Sam & Cat, The Amanda Show and has worked with many of the stars of the past. So, let’s press his for stories! Bruce was introduced to ATNY a few years back and continually loves to come back and view our talent. We’re happy to have him!
Fred Bronson: Fred’s regular Chart Beat column appeared weekly in Billboard magazine from January 1993 until April 2005, when it was transferred completely to Billboard.com. Both dealt with notable activity on the Billboard charts including the Billboard Hot 100 for songs and Billboard 200 for albums. His new Billboard column, This Week In Billboard History, launched on the www.billboard.biz website on December 6, 2011. Bronson also co-created the syndicated comic strip Dick Clark’s Rock, Roll & Remember in 1995 with Dick Clark and art work by Don Sherwood. Bronson has written for numerous award shows including both the World Music Awards and American Music Awards. He has also appeared as a repertoire expert four times on American Idol, during Seasons 2, 4, 7 and 9. He was seen on 11 March 2008 discussing the oeuvre of Lennon–McCartney and on 23 March 2010 talking about the history of Billboard and the Hot 100. He was identified as “Author, Billboard Books.” As in episodes from seasons two and four, his Number One Hits book was the exclusive basis of repertoire selection. His book also served as source material for the first episode of CMT’s series, CMT’s Next Superstar. Bronson appeared on the first episode as a guest judge, along with Kristin Chenoweth and permanent judge Matt Serletic. The series premiered on April 8, 2011, the eighth anniversary of Bronson’s first appearance on American Idol.