A Brigg schoolgirl has won valuable recording studio time after impressing judges in a regional music competition.
Fresh from success at the North Lincolnshire Music Festival, Ebony Gladding sang her heart out on the stage of the famous Sheffield City Hall in the TeenStar Regional Final.
“My dad took me to Sheffield for an audition back last year, “said Ebony.
“We had to sing a song of our choice; they must have been impressed and they invited me back so I was thrilled to get to the next stage of Teen Star and on the City Hall stage.”
Performing under her stage name Ebony Rose, at the iconic venue, which has seen famous artists such as Kathryn Jenkins and Alfie Boe recently grace the stage, was a fabulous experience for the 11-year-old Vale of Ancholme student.
Teen Star is a new nationwide singing competition for teenagers, giving teens from around the UK the opportunity to showcase their talent.
There were around 8,000 entries nationwide and the Sheffield competition was championed by Future Music.
It was looking to find the UK’s best teen singer, duo, vocal group or rapper to be crowned the UK’s Best TeenStar.