Be part of the next Runaways rock band

Auditions for White Hot Jet will be held today (Oct. 12) from 7 to 9 p.m. at Lemon Tree Studios

As part of a mandate to provide artist development for aspiring young musicians, Kasper Creative Media and Blue Water Gun Records present an opportunity for female musicians ages 18 to 23 to audition for an all-girl rock band that will be professionally managed and promoted.

The goal is to produce high-calibre recordings and live performances, maximize artist development and launch the band.

Auditions for White Hot Jet will be held today (Oct. 12) from 7 to 9 p.m. at Lemon Tree Studios, 1821 Cook St. They are looking for vocalists, guitarists, bassists, and drummers. Being able to sing and play more than one instrument is an asset, but not required. There is no cost to audition.

Participants not chosen for this project may still be chosen for future projects. If you would like an audition spot, call or email James Kasper at 250-885-4209 or info@jameskasper.com.

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