Annapolis Idol Announces Finalists

| February 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

Annapolis Idol is proud to announce its slate of fourteen finalists for Annapolis Idol 2012 to be held at Wild Willy’s on Somerville Road in Annapolis on Sunday, March 4, 2012 from 5.00 to 8.00 p.m.

Finalists are: Kevin Beans from Riva; Kaeti Bradley and Ryan Connor from Arnold; Kathleen Brasington and David Mitchell from Annapolis; Darby E. Dewitt from Chester; Amanda Rae Jensen from Churchton; Andrew Nichols from Accokeek; Glenn Noyes and Priscilla Upperman from Davidsonville;  James Smith and Rob Spengler from Severn; Lauren Holden and Laura Young-Nickey from Baltimore;

 

Song choices range from pop to rock and roll and blues to country and western. Contestants will show off their singing talent before a live audience of more than two hundred guests and a panel of three, local celebrity judges: Larry Griffin from Mama Jama and We Care; Michael Hughes, Vice President of WRNR; and last year’s Annapolis Idol, Suzy Estrada.
Both celebrity judges’ decisions and audience votes will help determine the Annapolis Idol who will win a professional recording session at LSP Studios, a $100 gift certificate to The Guitar Center in Glen Burnie, and a cash prize. The featured guest artists are The Four Idols, a coming together of the Annapolis Idols from the first four years who will entertain the audience while votes are being counted.
Tickets to Annapolis Idol are just $45.00 or $40.00 each for a book of ten ($55 after February 27) and include two free drink tickets, heavy hors d’oeuvres and desserts, and a chance to vote for your top choice in the final round.

 

Tickets can be purchased from the Anne Arundel Conflict Resolution Center website at www.aacrc-md.us or by calling 410-266-9033. Visa and Mastercard are welcome. Fifty percent of the ticket price is tax-deductible as a donation to AACRC. Additional information can be found at annapolisidol.com and aacrc-md.us.

Annapolis Idol is a fund-raising event for the Anne Arundel Conflict Resolution Center, which aids in non-violent resolution of personal and community conflict. We provide mediation, anger management training, and other services to prisoners, individuals and groups. We are role models for successful communication and conflict resolution so that individuals, groups, even whole communities can learn, be and pass it forward.

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