I'm just a girl who loves to sing. I have been involved in Amateur Theatre, as a Performer, Director, Producer for many years. I have taken roles in Musicals and Plays. I started going to a local Jazz club and found a love of old smooth Jazz Standards. I started singing there and we performed a Fete and charity events. I was asked to join a little band and we did small venues in the local area. I was bought some recording time as a birthday present by my friends. Otherwise I would never have ventured into this world of recording. I have recently been recovering from a debilitating illness which clipped my wings somewhat. Not being able to get out and do my usual musical and theatrical hobbies, I started singing more at home. I have always written poetry over the years but never songs. I am not an instrumentalist. However I came up with a tune, Melody and Lyrics which I couldn't get out of my head. I sang it into my phone to record it. I got in touch with Tom Tyson of Music Farm Recording Studio. I sent him my recording. He said he thought I definitely had something. I went up and sang it to him and John Marcangelo (Multi Instrumentalist and composer), he noted it and played it on piano. Within the hour I had the backing track. I sent it to another musician friend, Guitarist Dean Newton, who said he liked it and would put the guitar on it. That was the Start. I now have 3 original songs under my belt. I have also Recorded some of Tom Tysons Own Country Style Songs which he had co-written some 20+ years ago. This kept me focused while I was recovering. I am now well on the road to recovery and getting my life back. I am really grateful to the friends who started me on this journey by buying the recording time for me.
How did you hear about us?
I had an email from Mike
What is your profession (singer, rapper, songwriter, poet, dancer, model, music fan, etc.)?
I am now retired from work but I worked in and Administrative Positions. I am focussing on music and getting back out and performing.
How many members are in your band?
(I have used local musicians to create my original backing tracks and all are named for each track)
What is your style of music?
Who are your influences in the music industry?
Vast and varied but includes; Billy Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Anita O'Day, Imelda May, Paloma Faith, Jamie Cullen, Elvis, Rod Stewart, Dusty Springfield, Charlotte Church, Crystal Gale, Jules Holland.......More More More
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