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Eleven to compete in Breckenridge Idol next month

Eleven to compete in Breckenridge Idol next month
April 07
20:23 2018

This year’s Breckenridge Idol singing competition will include 11 contestants, following this afternoon’s auditions at the National Theatre.

Jacob Glick auditions for Breckenridge Idol. (Photo by Tony Pilkington)

The Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce announced the 11 competitors a few hours after the auditions. Competing in the contest will be:

  • Maria Freeman
  • Jacob Glick
  • Michael Hilari
  • Savannah Leal
  • Kim McCoy
  • Tyler Moses
  • Kalee Nickell
  • Halie Pate
  • Krista Sharpe
  • Sarah Shumate
  • Farrell Stuard

The contest will be held on Saturday, May 5, during Frontier Days. The first place winner will receive $1,000 cash and five hours of studio time at RoughWood Recording Studio. Second place will receive $350, and third place will receive $150.

The cash prizes are sponsored by McDonald’s of Breckenridge/Graham (David and Carol Whealy).

The auditions were hosted by the Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce, the City of Breckenridge, RoughWood Recording Studio, K-Lakes 95.3 FM radio station and the National Theatre.

Tyler Moses auditions for the 12th annual Breckenridge Idol competition, while the Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce’s Bo Asher works the sound system. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)

Cutline, top photo: Kalee Nickell auditions for the 2018 Breckenridge Idol contest as her young daughter watches on stage with her. Eleven singers will compete in the contest in May. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)


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