• Saturday, October 6, 2007

    Advice from a child prodigy before YouTube was here

    This is not the same view as Rob Tencer, but nevertheless good advice to keep your dreams real.
    (the following was written several years before YouTube made it easy to become famous)

    Former The X factor finalist, Tabby Callaghan has issued some advice to this years The X Factor hopefuls.

    “I’ve been playing guitar since I was five and performing live since I was 15, so I have the history and the background,” Tabby told the Daily Record. “It’s crazy that people think they can go from flipping a burger to being an international star. They think that because they have been singing in the shower they are due success, but there is no quick fix.

    “I think people can tell the difference between a real musician and someone who wants to be a superstar.”

    About Tabby: (Trevor Tabby Callaghan)
    Tabby,was an X Factor 2004 semi-finalist , who nearly won the show and was promised a career by Sharon Osbourne who then dumped him, has at last got a record deal and has just released his debut single, King of the Town.

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