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Karina Ramage, 25, performs her song & # 39; Wasteland & # 39; out for pop musician Dan Glatman, who made boy band Blue after he saw her coming to her service in a Waitrose store in West Hempstead, in north-west London, with a guitar back on her

Waitrose employee, 25, gets a recording contract after the music ecec Blue created saw her coming for her service with a guitar on her back and asked to hear a song

  • Karina Ramage, 25, arrived in the store in West Hempstead, North West London last Friday
  • Pop music manager Dan Glatman, 46, saw her and said: & what's wrong with the guitar & # 39;
  • He then said: & # 39; let's see what you have & # 39; and Mrs. Ramage played her song & # 39; Wasteland & # 39; about plastic pollution
  • Mr. Glatman said: & # 39; I went there for a pack of cookies and a bag of flour and walked out with a star & # 39;
  • He managed and co-created boy band Blue, who sold three number one albums
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This is the great moment for a Waitrose employee and part-time busker, 25, to be signed on the spot by the pop music manager who created boyband Blue after he saw her coming for her service with her guitar on her back and asking her to play.

Karina Ramage, 25, had arrived at the store in West Hempstead, north-west London last Friday when she was seen by Dan Glatman, 44.

Mr. Glatman, who had gone into the store with cookies and flour, then asked the 25-year-old part-time busker: & # 39; What is the matter with the guitar? & # 39;

Karina Ramage, 25, performs her song & # 39; Wasteland & # 39; out for pop musician Dan Glatman, who made boy band Blue after he saw her coming to her service in a Waitrose store in West Hempstead, in north-west London, with a guitar back on her

Mr. Glatman was impressed by what he heard and immediately signed her as a client
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Mr. Glatman was impressed by what he heard and immediately signed her as a client

Karina Ramage, 25, performs her song & # 39; Wasteland & # 39; out for pop musician Dan Glatman, who made boy band Blue after he saw her coming to her service in a Waitrose store in West Hempstead, in north-west London, with a guitar back on her. Mr. Glatman was impressed by what he heard and immediately signed her as a client

When the Glasgow-born artist told him she was working on the instrument in her spare time, he added: & # 39; let's see what you have & # 39 ;.

He then films her as she performs her song & # 39; Wasteland & # 39; available on Spotify about the damage that human activity is doing to the planet.

Visual material shows how Mrs. Ramage performed in the cookie path to an insane Mr. Glatman and a gathering crowd of impressed shopping customers.

The texts contain rules such as: & # 39; We throw garbage in the oceans, fill the water with toxins … feed the turtles with garbage bags, make the world a wasteland. & # 39;

After the song, Mrs. Ramage receives an applause, before Mr. Glatman can hear the words: & I join in, I am right into it. That sounds like the kind of song that the world should hear now.

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Mr. Glatman, who also spontaneously signed the Froncysyllte male voice choir after hearing them at a wedding in 2006, told MailOnline that he has now signed the rising star and is looking for a record label for her.

After completing the song, Mrs. Ramage receives a big applause, before Mr. Glatman can hear him say: & I'm in it, I'm so in it. That sounds like the kind of song that the world should hear now

After completing the song, Mrs. Ramage receives a big applause, before Mr. Glatman can hear him say: & I'm in it, I'm so in it. That sounds like the kind of song that the world should hear now

Mr. Glatman told MailOnline: & # 39; I went there for a pack of cookies and a bag of flour and walked out with a star. & # 39;

Mr. Glatman told MailOnline: & # 39; I went there for a pack of cookies and a bag of flour and walked out with a star. & # 39;

After the song, Mrs. Ramage receives an applause, before Mr. Glatman can hear the words: & I join in, I am right into it. That sounds like the kind of song that the world should hear now. Mr. Glatman told MailOnline: & # 39; I went there for a pack of cookies and a bag of flour and walked out with a star & # 39;

He said: & # 39; It completely blew me away. I was just like "my God"!

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& # 39; That was just a hit, she was great!

& # 39; I went there for a pack of cookies and a bag of flour and walked out with a star.

& # 39; Karina becomes the musical voice of the world.

& # 39; She only works there twice a week. I just couldn't believe my luck. & # 39;

He added: She is fantastic. I am very enthusiastic about her. It is very rare. You are looking for a needle in a haystack and I found it in a cookie jar. & # 39;

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Mr. Glatman previously co-created boy band Blue, who formed in 2000 and won two BRIT awards and released five albums, three of which have risen to number one in the UK album list.

His earlier discovery of the Regimental Band of the Coldstream Guards led them to be signed by the Universal Music record label.

Their album, & # 39; Heroes & # 39 ;, was released in 2009 and reached platinum status after it was purchased by more than a million listeners.

In 2010 he founded the record label Punchbowl Recordings with film director Guy Ritchie.

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