TALENTED Redditch girl harmony group The Violettes have been offered a headline gig at Birmingham’s O2 Institute.
A scout from the Digbeth-based concert venue saw their performance at the town’s Christmas Light switch on who was so impressed by their set, he offered them a spot at the city venue.
The girls, who all started out with arts charity, Indigo Arts, and still work with them, also managed to secure a deal for another talented Indigo performer, Xav Reeves, to join them as support.
The line up for the night, from promoters Manifest Live, also includes Shropshire trio Effervescent, and Birmingham singer songwriter Emily Cribb.
Accomplished singers, Molly, Aimee, Emily and Lucy, put the Violettes together nearly two years ago for a bit of fun, but with ever increasing bookings and a growing fan base, the girls are enjoying a growing semi pro career, doing what they love.
The gig promises something for everyone, with the versatility of the singers ensuring they can cover a broad range of music genres and even the decades.
They are well known for impressive performances covering everything from 1940s close harmony to modern pop, with the kind of energy and enthusiasm that is guaranteed to draw a crowd, and it appears, quite a lot of professional interest!
The Violettes take to the O2 Institute stage on March 31, the doors open at 6pm, and they are looking forward to attracting a good crowd from their home town
Tickets are available now from: academymusicgroup.com/o2institutebirmingham