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The Voice Auditions NBC Open Call – Can you sing pitch perfect

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Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber says contestants have not been pitch perfect. But will they be at The Voice Auditions NBC state side. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Times is ticking. If you want to get on The Voice there is limited time left for The Voice Auditions NBC. It’s open call auditions and we will show you shortly how to apply to get on the show and into the auditions in the US.

But Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber says are you good enough? Do you have good enough pitch?

This is what he said about the latest UK edition of The Voice, as reported by Female First:

Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber claims contestants on the first series of ‘The Voice’ were unable to sing and struggled with their pitch.

Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber has slammed ‘The Voice’ contestants for being unable to sing.

The musical writer – who has previously been a judge on TV shows including ‘I’d Do Anything’ and ‘Any Dream Will Do’ – believes many of the stars on the BBC talent contest struggled with their pitch, causing him to be unable to watch.

He said: “I don’t know what the problem was there. Everyone was out of tune all the time. I just couldn’t watch.

“Unfortunately I have perfect pitch – it’s either one of the great advantages in life or the greatest affliction. When people sing out of tune, I just can’t listen.”

Lord Webber does know his perfection in music but is he really that accurate about the latest edition of the voice? I must admit there were a few painful performances.

But the Australian show was amazing and lets hope the US show is just as good.

The Voice Auditions NBC

 

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The voice auditions nbc and live performances (Image Credit: iPhone & Youtube)

But if you think you’re made of the right stuff and you want to get on the US version of The Voice your luck could be in.

This is what NBC The Voice has to say about auditioning:

Auditions Sweep the Nation – July 2012

“The Voice” is the number one new series of the season, featuring the country’s best unknown artists and four of the biggest names in music; Coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera.

The search to find artists for “The Voice” returns this summer across the nation, and we are coming to a town near you. Prove to us that YOU are The Voice!

We are looking for solo artists and duos that perform all types of music: pop, rock, R&B, hip-hop, alternative, latin, country, blues, indie. We want to know your story and why you are The Voice.

Auditions for “The Voice” will be sweeping the nation beginning JULY 2012!

To audition you must be a legal resident of the United States, be 15 years of age or older, and meet all other eligibility requirements.

You can download the eligibility requirements here.

Auditions start in:

  • Memphis TN on 7th-8th July 2012.
  • Minneapolis MN 14th-15th July
  • New York NY 21st-22nd July
  • Los Angeles CA 11th-12th August

NBC The voice outline that the process is quite straight forward to get into the auditions.

Step 1: Create an Artist Account

You can set up an artists account by clicking here.

Step 2: Choose An Audition City

Step 3: Print Your Artist Audition Pass

Step 4: Attend the Audition

So if you’re up for The Voice NBC Auditions simply start with step 1 and follow through. Lets see you prove Lord Webber wrong.

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1 Comment

  • Krisz

    I must admit so far the NBC The Voice show is the best compared to the UK, but the Aussie version was awesome too. Not too sure about Mary J Blige though. She can sing but there are better one’s out there. It’s only my opinion though

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