Introducing Make A Star's newest group of music and talent winners! Slater House Band bring their style of sultry southern rock from Georgia to the top of the music video charts with "How Handsome Dan Became A Zombie". Canadian teen singer Charlotte Forbes returns to the top of the Female Solo charts, check out her new hit "Lost Yourself Today". EMCravens are debut winners in the Duo or Band category. Rapper Tre Dhoble and Stand Up Comic Nick Leidl are also first time winners! And guitarist Rene Saucier has another Instrumental winner with his "Country Jam">
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Music Video : Slater House Band - "How Handsome Dan Became A Zombie"
A fun-loving group from Georgia fronted by brother and sister Cameron and Breanna Slater. Powered by Breanna’s vocals and a sultry southern rock sound, their official bio weaves fantastic tales of space yachts, pizza, child stars, and ninja turtles. That sense of whimsy can be seen in this great video for “How Handsome Dan Became A Zombie”, a journey into the swamps and nightlife of New Orleans where not everything is as it seems.
Song - Female Solo Artist : Charlotte Forbes “Lost Yourself Today”
A seventeen-year-old singer/songwriter from Vancouver, Canada, Charlotte grew up studying piano and violin at the Vancouver Academy of Music. By twelve she had begun recording songs which eventually became her pop debut “Electricity”. She is currently working on a follow-up E.P. along with her much-anticipated music video.
Song - Male Solo Artist : Roger Semer “Here Comes A Brand New Day”
Velvet-voiced Roger Semer of Williard, Ohio claims another Male Solo Artist crown with this smooth rock ballad.
Song - Duo or Band : EMCravens "Monsters Aren’t Real"
EMCravens are one of the hottest bands to emerge from the vibrant Austin, Texas music scene over the past year. The group blends elements of acoustic rock, funk, rock fusion and alternative into their high energy live shows full of skilled improvisation. Their winning song “Monsters Aren’t Real” is a reflective track tending towards the acoustic and alternative rock end of their diverse sonic spectrum.
Song – Instrumental : Rene Saucier “Country Jam”
Rene Saucier believes that if music is in your blood, it is there forever. Raised with the music of The Beatles and the classic rock bands of the era, he cites country, blues, reggae, and Christian music as his loves. A guitarist and singer for several bands through the years, Rene now writes and records his own music from a home studio in New Hampshire.
Rap Battle : Tre Dhoble
Hip-hop lyricist and beat producer from Boston Tre Dhoble wins his first rap battle title.
Stand Up Comic : Nick Leidl
Born in New Jersey and raised in NYC, Nick is currently a nationally touring stand-up comedian who has appeared at the Hollywood Improv, LA’s Comedy store and Dangerfield’s Comedy Club NYC.
Sing in 30 Seconds : Wild Bill
Wild Bill is a singer from Austin, Texas. His rich baritone voice has covered songs by The Doors, REM, John Lennon and Johnny Cash. He takes his second a cappella title with this bit of “The Spy” from The Doors’ Morrison Hotel album.