Thursday, 2 August 2012

Brittany Cairns shines on and off stage

Ultra talented singer-songwriter Brittany Cairns continues to climb the ladder of success as she tours Australia, often supporting other artists from 'The Voice' fame such as Adam Martin.

Ms Cairns also continues to gather positive news media attention.

We have learned that Ms Cairns wants to use her gifted voice to be a positive role model for Australia's youth.

In less than a minute of Brittany Cairns' rendition of Sarah Bareilles' 'Gravity' on Channel 9's The Voice's blind audition, Seal 'oohed and aahhed', Joel Madden sat up to attention, Keith Urban leaned forward toward his button, Delta Goodrem closed her eyes in appreciation and the audience cheered.

This was a turning point as the 19-year-old living in the southern suburbs of Sydney tuned into a household name in Australia.

In recent months she's opened up to news media sharing much of her journey for all...

"Before the Voice", I went through a crisis, I didn't know what I was going to do. I remember praying about it and I said, "God if you want me to do something with music, it's got to happen this year".

"In September last year, a friend sent me a link to audition for The Voice. I originally said "No", then a couple of weeks later, I remembered what I'd prayed and I thought "I may as well give it a go". I never expected anything from it, but I knew if I was going to get anywhere it was going to be all God's doing."

The artist is also quite the social media hit having scored in excess of 2,400 'likes' on her Facebook fan page plus 13,720 Twitter followers, Brittany's 'Britter Critters' are nuts for this talent.

When 'The Voice' Australia aired earlier this year, it took down under by the horns, averaging TV ratings of two million.

The Voice saw four legendary recording artists—Seal, Keith Urban, Joel Madden and Delta Goodrem—become coaches to the aspiring singers. The show started off with a blind audition, where the coaches listened with their backs turned, so as not to be influenced by appearance. If they really liked what they heard, they hit a big red button, which swivelled their chair and invited the singer onto their 'team'. Each coach had 12 spots.

Favoured by the bookies early on to snatch the comp, Brittany's next peg on The Voice involved battling her new friend, Kelsie Rimmer. This witnessed Keith choosing Brittany to continue on, saying 'goodbye' to Kelsie.

'Kelsie and I were really close,' says Brittany. The pair still communicated and they recently performed an event together. Brittany also regularly chills with Taga Paa from Team Keith and Chris Sebastian from Team Seal.

Brittany has no sour grapes about not making it to 'The Voice' final.

"The improvements I've made in myself—musically and personally—are something I would have never had if I didn't do The Voice,' she reflects. 'I also got a little taste of what I could be doing with my life. Having younger girls Facebook messaging me and tweeting me about stuff is just so what I want to be doing with my life. I feel my calling is to mentor younger girls and that has always been separate to my love for music. Now I can see them working together as one."

Brittany is now focused to 'hone my gifts and do as much as I can with them'. She is still dedicated to her Britter Critters through social media—'I love them and I'm as much a fan of them as they are of me'—and is working hard at developing her career.

"Hopefully I will be releasing an EP at the end of the year," she says. "And while doing that, working on an album of original songs. The Voice was just the beginning."

With positive and talented role models such as Brittany Cairns and Adam Martin, Australia's entertainment industry looks to be in safe hands.

Brittany Cairns official website


CinemaLive presents the Biggest Cinema Dance Party in the World.

CinemaLive is excited to announce they will be staging the Biggest Cinema Dance Party in the world.     As part of a unique cinema event, Fatboy Slim’s legendary Big Beach Bootique concert will be shown on one night only around the world.  This not to be missed performance will be seen around the world on Friday 31st August at 9.30pm for one night only!
The 2012 Big Beach Bootique 5, is the latest edition in a series stretching through the last decade, and featuring the biggest spontaneous dance event the UK has ever seen.
Filmed in Brighton’s new Amex Stadium, it features a 600 square metre LED video wall, incredible laser and light show effects and thousands of dance music fans.

Fatboy Slim became known for launching the careers of a myriad of artists via his instantly infectious remixes including Groove Armada’s “I see you Baby”, “Brimful of Asha” and Wildchild’s “Renegade Master” …. But it was the release of his now legendary album “You’ve Come A Long Way Baby”, which sold 3 million albums worldwide, that catapulted  him to global stardom with international anthems such as “Rockafella Skank”, “Praise You” and “Right Here, Right Now” making the name Fatboy slim synonymous with the sound of a new global dance music generation. 
He is the winner of ten MTV Music Video Awards and has sold over 10 million albums worldwide.  He remains the most iconic pioneer in the history of worldwide dance music.
Today Fatboy Slim is one of the most revered and sought after DJs on the planet, playing to hundreds of thousands of adoring fans every week, from Ibiza to Rio, Tokyo to Perth.   His seminal video clip for “Weapon of Choice” took full advantage of Academy Award winner Christopher Walken’s dance background, and won 6 MTV Music Video Awards in one night.
Now Fatboy Slim himself is in cinema, in incredible 5.1 surround sound, with intoxicating, powerful visuals, creating a fantastic party atmosphere. Check it out at the following participating cinemas across Australia.

VIC – Hoyts Maribyrnong, Hoyts Victoria Gardens, Theatre Royal Castlemaine, Village Jam Factory, Village Southland, Village Knox, Village Karingal.

NSW – Hoyts Blacktown, Hoyts Broadway, Hoyts Warrawong (Wollongong), Event Cinema Macquarie, Event Cinema George St City, Event Cinema Parramatta, Greater Union Miranda, Greater Union Glendale.

SA - Greater Union Marion, Hoyts Tee Tree Plaza.

WA – Hoyts Carousel, Event Cinema Innaloo.

QLD – Birch Carroll & Coyle Cairns Central,  Birch Carroll & Coyle Maroochydore,  Birch Carroll & Coyle Pacific Fair,  Birch Carroll & Coyle Mt Gravatt,   Birch Carroll & Coyle Casuarina, Hoyts Stafford, Event Cinema Chermside.
ACT – Hoyts Woden.

CinemaLive is one of the world’s leading producers and distributors of premium alternative content for cinemas and big screen venues worldwide.  Parent company, The Shooting Star Picture Company, has been producing high quality concerts and events for almost 20 years and has a reputation for quality and global excellence.  HQ in the UK, CinemaLive delivers the very best music, cultural, comedy and family entertainment via satellite and hard drive to over 60 countries around the world.