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Wonderland's Sharon offers tips to hopefuls


Sharon Condon. Colin O'Riordan

Sharon Condon. Colin O'Riordan

Sharon Condon. Colin O'Riordan

SHE certainly knows how to get through auditions.

So, former Wonderland member Sharon Condon (inset) should clean up in her new job as a singing coach.

In 2008, the Clane woman triumphed at open auditions and looked poised for stardom in the pop band, Wonderland.

But not even managers Louis Walsh and Westlife's Kian Egan, whose wife Jodi Albert, was among the line up, could turn them into stars and they split in 2011.

Now Sharon is back with a new band and a side business to pass on her pearls of wisdom to other young singing hopefuls.

"Anyone looking for singing lessons... give me a shout I'll be doing one on one personal lessons, working on breathing, confidence building. What will make you a better singer and tips on writing. With all my experience I'd like to pass it on," Sharon recently posted on Facebook

Despite her disappointment at the demise of Wonderland, Sharon hasn't been sitting on her laurels and has been putting her vocal ability to good use with new band The Beau Motives. The group have just released their new EP.