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RPP FM is proud once again to be part of the 2014 endota spa Voice of Frankston Grand Final this Sunday, 23 November and will be broadcast live from the Rotary Room at the Frankston Arts Centre commencing at 2pm.

Tarryn and Josh, RPP FM presenters of Radio Fresh and Drive with Josh & Tarryn will bring all the excitement live to the airways on 98.7FM & 98.3FM Frankston.

Our very own Heather Miles who is not only a producer and presenter of her RPP FM program Mornings with Heather Mc, she is a performer from London School of Singing and actor/theatre performer was part of the judging panel in last weeks Semi-Final.

From over 100 entries, 25 finalists performed at the Frankston Arts Centre in the semi final concert. Gaile Howden was announced as our senior winner and 10 other performers have been chosen to progress to the grand final. One junior and one adult winner will be chosen this Sunday.

Competing in the endota spa Voice of Frankston Grand Final is 10 successful semi finalists who are:

Daisy Spratt, Naz Wilson, Abby Gardner, Sian Crowe, Brooke Allan and Annalise Saphire.

Fox DeRoche-Jarrett, Tulliah Goldsworthy, Amalia Foy and Taneesha Euvrard.

Judges on the day are Simon Mills editor of Pearl magazine, Ian Pav from Pavmusic, Ariana Friend from AV Productions, Joanna Jacobs from Beyond Actors and Cail Baroni last years winner in the Adult Category and will be performing on the day.

Ticket sales for the Grand Final are on sale from fun-key music by calling 9786 3104 or from their websitehttp://www.funkeymusic.com.au/  and will be available at the door subject to availability. Adults$15, children under 15 years are free.

This is a real life opportunity to watch singers battle it out for a chance to win a single CD recording, a filmed video clip, makeup and CD cover photography, an interview with Pearl Magazine and more.

The Grand Final will also be filmed for Channel 31.

Debra Mar Working many years in the corporate world in Melbourne and overseas, Debra found herself in the fashion industry as a designer after studying 3 years at RMIT. She now producers and presenters her own radio program The Breakfast Table every Tuesday 6-9am and writes for a local magazine. With a love of writing and being involved in the community, she has a certain curiosity of what makes people ‘tick’, Debra also writes feature stories and updates details on the RPP FM website.