THUNDER BAY – Talent Bay should be our name. Does Thunder Bay have talent!? Darn right. At Redwood Park Church tonight, the thirteen finalists of Thunder Bay Has Talent took the stage to share their talents with the audience and judges. The judging is not in the hands of the judges tonight, it is up to the audience to decide who wins.
Event MCs are the new dynamic duo from Rock 94 in the morning, Dave and Dee. They did a great job of interviewing the contestants, and keeping the show moving along!
The overall winner is Mad Flow from Dryden! Second place finisher is Capri Anderson. Third place winner is Dre.
Talent Bay is Thunder Bay!
From across Northern Ontario, from Fort Frances, Dryden and of course Thunder Bay the finalists all made for an amazing evening of music, magic, and dance.
From Dryden the Jerry Lee Lewis classic ‘Great Balls of Fire’ brought the audience to its feet. Thirteen year old Capri Ruberto channeled Pat Benatar, Tina Turner and brought the audience to its feet.
Dancer Dahab demonstrated incredible flair and style.
The votes are being cast by the audience, and the finalists
The event hosted at Redwood Park Church is put together by Keynote Events, and Sharla Brown.
Mad Flow (Band from Dryden, ON)
Andrea Pilon (Singer)
Elizabeth Zuback (Singer)
Neil Patterson (Singer/Musician)
The Audition (Band)
Greenbank Trio (Band)
Tina Pizzi (Singer)
Ericka Tymkin (Singer, Fort Frances, ON)
Mackinley Steinhoff (Magician)
Ryan Edwards-Crewe (Dancer)
Capri Anderson (singer)
Jory Zechner (Singer)
Based on the applause from the audience, and the smiles in the room – all the performers are winners.
NetNewsledger.com will be sharing videos of the performers over the next few days.
Click Here to view photos of the event by Matt Goertz.