Local MP backs Paisley star in ‘Rock the House’ battle
Gavin Newlands, the MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire North, has backed Paisley star Lisa Kowalski in her bid to win the UK Parliament’s ‘Rock the House’ competition.
Lisa Kowalski, a 16-year-old student from Paisley Grammar, entered the Rock the House competition and has successfully passed to the next stage of the largest and most prestigious contest at Westminster after the Renfrewshire MP gave her his nomination.
The Paisley solo artist star will compete against other artists from across the UK to be a finalist in the ‘Battle of the Bands’ stage in London. The winner of Rock the House will play a live set for industry leaders, label representatives and national press at the Houses of Parliament.
Gavin Newlands, the MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire North, said:
“Rock the House is the UK Parliament’s most-hotly contested competition and I am delighted that I am able to nominate Lisa and send her through the next stage of the contest.
“Like the rest of Paisley and Renfrewshire North, I will be backing Lisa’s bid to reach the Battle of the Bands stage at the Houses of Parliament and will be keeping my fingers crossed for her. Best of luck, Lisa!
Lisa Kowalski, the 16-year-old solo artist from Paisley, said:
“I am proud to have been nominated to represent Paisley and Renfrewshire North in the under-19s category of the ‘Rock the House’ competition. I’d like to thank Gavin Newlands MP for nominating me which secured my entry to the next round.
“I am really excited to be taking my music from Paisley to parliament and I hope I do the constituency proud.”