Join Christopher Ciccone as he makes success and fame “a reality” for promising miami musicians.
Wednesday, November 10 at Bar 721 Ciccone kicks off a reality show talent search for up-and-coming musicians.Doors open at 10 p.m. You have to be 21 and older to enter and there is a $5 cover.
Christopher Ciccone, author of “My Life with My Sister Madonna”, is looking for up and coming musicians to the spotlight with his new music-based reality television show “The Ciccone Factory” that will kick-off in Miami on Wednesday, November 10th with talent preproduction showcase and regular performances at Bar 721 on Lincoln Road Lane one block of Lincoln Road.
Recognizing Miami as an international hub for eclectic and innovative musicians, Ciccone will be searching for talent across the city, from nightclub bands to street performers. “It’s the places that you don’t expect, where you get the most” said Ciccone, explaining that he recently discovered one talented musician’s work after receiving a message through Facebook, subsequently offering her a spot on his upcoming reality show.
Every Wednesday, Ciccone will gather these talented, undiscovered musicians at Bar 721, an upscale lounge on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach. “We are an intimate bar lounge and club that offers the perfect atmosphere for musicians to perform. It’s a place where band members can perform, collaborate and share their talents with public” said Dan Sehres, owner of Bar 721.
Christopher Ciccone’s background runs the gamut from one-man art exhibitions, to directing and design of major concert tours, music videos, and film, to commercial, residential interior and furniture design. Christopher brings all of these eclectic and critically acclaimed experiences to Art, Photography, Film, Writing, Design and Fashion as well as TV appearances. He has shown his photos and paintings on the east and west coast as well as Paris. He has also recently released his New York Times Bestselling memoirs “Life With My Sister Madonna”.