The local all-girl vocal group, BLC (for Brooke, Livia, Courtney), are rising in popularity with their message of “positivity” and going after your dreams. Brooke Boucher, 12, of Fairhaven; 14-year-old Courtney LaMonica of Acushnet; and 12-year-old Livia Pavao of Fall River perform all over New England for schools, nursing homes, charitable events and veterans organizations.
The harmonizing trio sings a variety of music from “oldies to the contemporary songs” of today. They sing, dance, and play instruments.
The group has released its first original single, and they are working on a second song. “Go Girl” is available on iTunes now. The song focuses on encouraging kids to go after their dreams and never let anyone tear them down.
Recently, the girls won a contest to sing the national anthem at a Revolution Soccer game at Gillette Stadium. They are scheduled to perform the anthem in August at a PawSox Game.
They were featured on “NBC-TV Mass Appeal,” and competed in New York on “America’s Got Talent.”
They were also recognized for their volunteer work in nursing homes by the town of Fairhaven. They continue performing at veterans events and other venues for a variety of groups.
They hope to perform all over the world, taking their positive message with them.
To learn more about the girls and to get links to their music, find them on Facebook at https//www.Facebook. com/B.L.C.GIRLS/. To see their “Go Girl” video, visit https://www. youtube.com/watch?v=YoLnV_ 2hL3M&sns=em
To book the girls, contact their Vocal Coach-Manager, Sharon Jensen, 508-642-7155.
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