Final Copper Basin Idol Show filled with talent

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Julie Meza performs.

Josette Kimmell performs.

Johnny Angel sings.

Copper Basin News

What a musical, whimsical, fun evening as the final show of the Copper Basin Idol blows everyone away with the amazing talent that surrounds the local communities. Martina Burnam has been facilitating the Copper Basin Idol for eight successful years. Martina puts forth such love and passion towards preparing for the show and all the participants of the Idol show. She has thoroughly enjoyed her time with this continuing project.

Lucky Romero hosted the Copper Basin Idol with his charm and charisma he delighted the crowd as they watched and listened to the Idol acts. The performers consisted of; Josette Kimmel, Myranda Figueroa, Julie Meza, Julianna Borquez, Martina Borquez, Ariella Borquez, Miranda Aviles, and Breauna Hathaway. Guest performers were Emily Martinez, Danny Fessenden, Johnny Angel Silva, Lucky Romero and Martina Burnam. Yes, after many years of putting this event on Martina wanted to let her beautiful voice be heard, what a special treat.

Even though this is the final Copper Basin Idol the performers out did themselves with their beautiful voices and talent. Each of the participants were thoroughly enjoyed by many community members. The music was moving and a real pleasure to listen to!

There are many people involved in putting this event together; Danny Fessenden, sound manager, Nancy and Annie Hinojos, spotlight technicians, Adam Perlman and Ray Federal Credit Union, donated a projector for the evening, Angela and Troy Ramirez and the Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce for helping facilitate the event, the judges, score keepers, admission takers, and the Hayden Unified School District for the use of the auditorium. Thank you all for helping make this a fun family event.

Congratulations to the talented people that are in our communities and may all their future endeavors and dreams come true!

Nina Crowder (98 Posts)

Nina Crowder is a resident of Mammoth. She volunteers in several local organizations. She covers events throughout the Copper Corridor and Superior Town and School governance.


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