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Girl group tbc looking for fifth member, auditions being held
MANCHESTER's Innervation Trust, who manage the successful all girl band tbc, have launched a surprise search for a fifth member. Said Mark Pennells, director of Innervation Trust, "We have found three strong new members who dance, sing and have a heart to bring the gospel to young people. We really want to build the group into a five piece and feel led to widen the search."
Innvervation Trust will hold a series of open auditions over the next month or so, to find the talented fifth member they want. Helen Kendall of Innervation said, "We would like churches and schools who have talented young Christian performers to encourage them to apply for the role. We are not a heartless pop organisation seeking to cash in on the audition process, we will judge all auditions equally, fairly and in a sensitive way."
Zarc Porter, director of Movation Productions and co-director of Innervation Trust said, "We have been really encouraged by the way tbc has already had such a positive impact on audiences over the past couple of years and we believe this line up will take the band to a whole new level." Natalie Trueman, the remaining member of tbc said, "I have been in tbc since 2005 and it's the best job in the world. The members receive instruction from Genetik Tribe Academy, pastoral care, dance instruction and the support of a mentor. We are a Christian community at Innervation Trust who pray and work together. We are so excited about finding and welcoming our fifth member."
Applicants should contact Innervation Trust by email, sending a resume and a photo to firstname.lastname@example.orgThe opinions expressed in this article are not necessarily those held by Cross Rhythms. Any expressed views were accurate at the time of publishing but may or may not reflect the views of the individuals concerned at a later date.