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December Rose Signs to Invitation Records
Exciting news for former Make A Star winner December Rose!

The Best Female Solo Artist of November 2012 has been discovered right here and signed to Invitation Records. Her debut single Came Here to Party released on iTunes July 8th along with the official music video.

Came Here to Party is a fun-filled frolic backed by a driving dance beat, soaring melodic hooks and joyous lyrics about letting go and enjoying life. Set in southern California, the stylish video highlights the song’s positive spirit. Featuring a quirky cast of characters, the young artist brings different walks of life together and invites everyone to join the celebration and dance the night away.

December’s soulful, strong delivery is influenced by jazz and classical training at Canada’s Royal Conservatory of Music, and she uses those skills to deliver pure pop magic on Came Here to Party. She performs live regularly in Montreal and is currently planning a U.S. tour to support her upcoming EP.

Aiming to bring fresh and captivating voices to the world’s stage, Invitation is an independent label co-founded by music industry legend Russ Regan and Dr. Iman Foroutan. Regan who has over 50 years of executive experience, is the man integral to launching the careers of Elton John, Neil Diamond, Barry White, Olivia Newton-John and The Beach Boys, to name a few. Dr. Foroutan is a music producer, serial entrepreneur, technologist and CEO of

Find out more and keep up with all the latest December Rose news on her official website
June 2014 Winners
Congrats to the June 2014 Make A Star winners.

Check out these two $100 cash prize winners and the rest of this month's winners links below. July contests are now underway, vote today and decide who makes the next winner's list!

Music Video: Steven Ybarra “Best Days”

Singer-songwriter Steven Ybarra’s blend of gospel-inflected country and pop has won four San Diego Music Awards and now he adds his first Make A Star win for this uplifting, family-focused music video. Steven has shared the stage with well-known artists such as Gavin DeGraw, Switchfoot and Hootie & the Blowfish.

Best Song: Furian “Nobody Else”

Singer-songwriter Steven Ybarra’s blend of gospel-inflected country and pop has won four San Diego Music Awards and now he adds his first Make A Star win for this uplifting, family-focused music video. Steven has shared the stage with well-known artists such as Gavin DeGraw, Switchfoot and Hootie & the Blowfish.

Female Solo Artist: Kari Fleskes “Broken Knees”

Kari Fleskes is a singer from Memphis, Tennessee. Her passion is songwriting and her finely crafted lyrics are a testament to her talent. When she’s not making music, she’s often designing jewelry and painting as a professional portrait artist. “Broken Knees” is her third Make A Star wink, following two wins in 2013 for her songs “Find Love” and “Home”.

Instrumental: Rene Saucier “Dirty Boxcar Blues”

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. “Dirty Boxcar Blues” is his fifth Make A Star Instrumental win, dating back to September 2010.

Duo or Band: Kim and Terry “Queen of the Bar Room”

Terry Fernon is a Scottish born American now based in West Virginia. A lifelong Beatles fan, Terry is a 30 year veteran guitar player who also dabbles in keyboards. This winning song features special vocals by Kim. “Queen of the Bar Room” was written by Kim's mother in the 1970's during her music career.

Rap Battle: Domayne

Las Vegas rapper Domayne wins his first Rap Battle title.

Sing in 30 Seconds: AL

Alenor Lirel is a young woman from Kuwait who wins her third Sing in 30 Seconds title. Alenor shows her splendid gift of voice that hits every note beautifully.

Stand Up Comic: Tevo Teeven

Tevo Teeven is a former football player at the University of Delaware now trying his hand at the much more ruthless and violent world of stand-up comedy. The CEO and co-founder of ForTheNationEntertainment is more than holding his own as he cleaned house in this month’s comedy competition to claim his first Make A Star win.

May 2014 Winners
Congrats to the May 2014 Make A Star winners. "Super champion" is a wild and hilarious music video from French band Klakomaniak with a sporting theme just in time for the world cup.

Sweden's Peter Holmqvist wins the Best Song title for his collaboration with Jaromi Draziewsky "The sun makes me smile".

Check out these two $100 cash prize winners and the rest of this month's super champions on the links below. June contests are now underway, vote today and decide who makes the next winner's list!

Music Video: Klakomaniak “Super champion”

From Lille in the far north of France comes the electro punk, metal burlesque absurdity of Klakomaniak. A group of four friends linked by their hunger for performance and creation, they delivered a debut album in 2011 “Massacres” is a heavy assault on the senses with plenty of laughter to send the listener into surreal delights. The French lyrics are backed by screaming guitars and electronic drums. Check out the winning clip for ‘Super Champion’, a narrative journey deep into a soccer fan’s psyche.

Best Song: Peter Holmqvist with Jaromi Draziewsky “The sun makes me smile”

Peter Holmqvist a Swedish guitarist and composer raised on the classic blues influenced rock of the The Rolling Stones and Neil Young. Playing guitar with a high level of technique is not easy, and Peter overcame years of pain in his hands and arms with persistence to master the intricacies of blues guitar. While still holding down a day job Peter has played live with several bands and composed his own songs on both acoustic and electric guitar. This duet with Jaromi Draziewsky is his first Make A Star win.

Male Solo Artist: BWOLF “La Mia Guerra”

A member of the hip hop collective Heavy Touch Crew from Bareggio, Italy BWOLF (Manuel Laconi) create intelligent rhymes and beats with an old school, first generation hip hop vibe. Produced and managed by multiple Make A Star winner Ejay Ivan Lac, this is BWOLF’s first title.

Instrumental: Mario Pompetti “Runaway”

Canadian composer Mario Pompetti is an artist with 15 albums released, and is well known as a heavyweight in film scoring and music production for film and TV. His music is a blend of genres, delving into elements of electronic dance, jazz and hip hop.

Female Solo Artist: EllE “Killing my love”

EllE is a chanteuse from Rome, Italy. Her debut album “Nowhere but Here” was released in 2014 to much acclaim in the Italian music press. She sings in English with a deep, soulful rock presence. Patti Smith, Janis Joplin, Chrissie Hynde are some of the legendary names that come to mind when hearing her great arrangements and songs.

Rap Battle: Bobay

Bobay is from Phenix City, Alabama. This is his first entry and he wins this month’s Rap Battle title.

Sing in 30 Seconds: LauraH

Laura Hritcu is from Dijon, France and wins the a cappella Sing in 30 Seconds contest by stepping up to the mic and singing Imagine Dragons “Radioactive”
April 2014 Winners
Congrats to the April 2014 Make A Star winners. Tay Barton wins the Best Song contest with her hit “Little Giants”. Bollywood superstar Bluerays wins the Music Video title with “Chumma”. Darren Smith wins the Stand Up Comic $100 playoff and Krishna R and Tazmin Bill win the Rap Battle and Sing in 30 Seconds playoffs.

Music Video: Bluerays “Chumma”

From Bangalore, India, Bluerays aka Keerthi Srinivasan aka Keith Jackson is a pop star equal parts Bollywood and Michael Jackson. Delivering songs with bright pop hooks and modern dance rhythms, fills his music videos with dance, drama and fun. This is his fourth Make A Star music video win!

Best Song: Tay Barton “Little Giants”

Tay Barton is an 18 year old phenom born in Salt Lake City, Utah. After spending time in New York and California pursuing her talents in music, dance, modeling and acting, including a national for Disney’s Next Big Thing competition, she’s now settled in Nashville, Tennessee where her country-flavored pop music can thrive. Her first Make A Star winning song “Little Giants” is about children battling cancer.

Stand Up Comic Playoff: Darren Smith

Darren Smith is an accomplished live comedian from Philadelphia. He jokes that an upbringing in the badlands of Philly’s upper middle class, white-collar areas taught him how to survive through comedy. His comedic heroes include Rodney Dangerfield, Eddie Murphy and Andrew Dice Clay. Darren is presently in Chicago and working with the famed Second City troupe.

Sing in 30 Seconds Playoff: Tazmin Bill

Congrats to this new singer frm Elmhurst, New York. This is her first Make A Star win in the a cappella contest as she sing Beyonce “Drunk in Love”.

Rap Battle Playoff: Krishna R

Krishna R is from Lawrenceville, Georgia and wins the Rap Battle playoff!

Male Solo Artist: Alex Duquette “Fields of Blue”

Alex Duquette is a young talent from Illinois who modestly describes himself as “just a guy makin’ music on YouTube”. His channel has dozens of classic cover versions featuring Alex’s multi-instrumental talents. “Fields of Blue” is an original recording and earns his first Make A Star category win.

Instrumental: LiLLuLu “Run of the blue bird”

Montreal, Canada based singer and songwriter LiLLuLu rises to the top of the instrumental category this month with another of her signature exotic, electronic world beat rhythm pieces.

Duo or Band: Avanada “Jauh Tenggelam”

All the way from Jakarta, Indonesia come Avanada – a husband and wife duo of guitarist Raya Billy Cahyo and singer Intan Kurnia Sari. Their name means ‘avatar of tone’ or the ‘embodiment of music’ and they score a great first win with their song “Terang”. Influenced mainly by British rock and pop music, they have a melodic, guitar-driven sound that is sure to please.

Stand Up Comic: Don Barnhart

Don Barnhart is a very funny man, or maybe just a great hypnotist who wants us to think he is. The Las Vegas based talent has been performing full time since 1987 and average 250 days a year on the road. Having gotten his start at the world-famous Comedy & Magic Club in Hermosa Beach, CA, he forged friendships with legends such as Jay Leno, Jerry Seinfeld, Drew Carey and many more. It was Leno himself who stressed the importance of touring nationally as a key to finding success in the comedy business. We’re honored Don has included on his itinerary.

Rap Battle: finno and lil G.B.

This Dublin, Ireland duo throw down some Celtic-flavored rhymes and claim their first Rap Battle win.

Sing in 30 Seconds: Alexandra Carpenter

This singer from Rhode Island sings Norah Jones’ “Don’t Know Why” to win the a cappella cover song category.
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