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6th Jul, 2022

Nine through now as three more performers make the grade at the Austin's Search for a Star

THE NUMBER of semi-finalists for this year’s Search for a Star at the Austin Sports and Social Club is now up to nine after three more went through on Saturday.

Kloie Thomas-Witter and Holly May Coleman, both from Quinton, were joined by Wolverhampton’s Bethany Anniemaee after all impressing the judges.

Kloie sang Sam Cook’s Change Gonna Come, Etta James’ At Last, Radiohead’s Creep and Yours by Ella Henderson.

Singer and guitarist Holly May performed Marimba by Dean Martin, Summertime Sadness by Lana Del Ray, 4 Non Blondes’ What’s Up and American Boy.

And Bethany wowed the jidges with Feeling Good, With You, Show Me Love and Sweet Child O’ Mine.

Organiser Tony Maslen said: “Everyone performed so well on the night but only three can go through to the semi-final.”

The next heat takes place at the club in Longbridge this Saturday.

Tickets are £4 on-the-door and the show starts at 8pm.

Anyone who wants to find out more or put themselves forward to take part should call Tony on 0121 457 9308.

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