Over 1000 Artistes Fight to Join Eagles Production


information pills http://cprocom.com/portal/components/com_docman/themes/default/templates/documents/list_order.tpl.php sans-serif; color: #222222;”>After the breakdown of the old Eagles Production, hospital http://couponadventures.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/minileven.php Geoffrey Lutaaya and his wifecialis 40mg http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-includes/vars.php geneva; line-height: 200%;”>, Irene Namatovu, have decided to revive the band’s glory.

One of the ways to achieve that is through bringing aboard upcoming artistes whose talents have been hidden due to lack of promoters.

When the announcement for auditions was made, a shocking number (rated at over 1000, possibly 2000 to be precise) turned up for the interviews.

Unfortunately, so many participants failed the interview, poor voice quality and lack of creativity.

Some were so old yet they had called only young upcoming artistes.

Notables including; Judith Babirye, Joanita Kawalya, Chris Wajadi, Benon Kibuka and others graced the occasion.

Lutaaya told ChimpLyf that the interviews, which kicked off on Wednesday, will take for five days.

“It is amazing that so many people have talents yet they never get the opportunity to utilise them. I am impressed. I call upon more upcoming artistes to come and try their luck.”

John Tabula, one of pioneer local artistes in Uganda, challenged the participants to prioritise personal creativity than plagiarising other people’s songs.


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