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ha! that was me.  bummer, they look like a good live show.

 

speaking of which...

 

Kizzy Crawford

 

 

    


Edited by Br777 - 6/29/14 at 4:53pm
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Did anybody mention Ernestine Anderson?

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As kitschy and schmaltzy as you want to consider the music her voice still holds up after all these years. RIP Karen Carpenter.

 

 

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Sarah Brightman, no contest. She plans on being the first artist to record music in outer space, via the Virgin Galactica commercial space flight!
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Sarah Brightman, no contest. She plans on being the first artist to record music in outer space, via the Virgin Galactica commercial space flight!

 

She's WAY too late for that. She's the second or third 'artist' I've heard say that, and all of them are delusional. 

 

Don't rob Chris of his glory:

 

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She's WAY too late for that. She's the second or third 'artist' I've heard say that, and all of them are delusional. 

 

Don't rob Chris of his glory:

 


Interesting. Looks like he beat her to it with this cover, but I should have made a distinction - "she plans on becoming the first recording artist [ie commercially known professional musician] to venture into space en route to the International Space Station sometime in the next two years."


Edited by Music Alchemist - 7/6/14 at 5:43am
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Izumi Sakai, with so many memories of Japanese animations.

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Thanks for that, Fuzziekiwi, it led to me finding Kiah Victoria:

 

 

 

 

Also see:

 

Alysha Brillinger

Alice Russell

Trixie Whitley

Irene Diaz

 

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Edited by Mython - 8/29/14 at 10:11am
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^ ooh she's nice!

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Don't think Jean Louisa Kelly has been mentioned yet. She has a beautiful voice and have always loved this song from a wonderful old movie.

 

 

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Arielle Verinis:

 

 

 

http://www.noisetrade.com/arielleverinis/bruised-not-broken

 

 

 


 

Also see:

 

Louise Marshall

Lynette Brathwaite

Maddy Carty

Bonnie Raitt

 



Edited by Mython - 8/29/14 at 10:16am
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Hi All,

 

Long time lurker, first time poster.  I found this thread the other day and went through all 142 pages of it before posting.  I found some great new additions and overall was happy.  I expected to find some more, but anything is better than nothing.  And so I thought i'd share some of what I listen to, to contribute to this thread.

 

None of these have been mentioned or have been mentioned but no video for ease of convenience, or have only been mentioned once randomly somewhere....

 

First up Jesse Thomas - She has two albums so if you like this, there's more

 

I'm amazed no one mentioned Cristin Milioti(no album, but she did some covers that are easy to find on youtube).  I love her rendition of La vie en rose that she did for How I met your Mother

Terrible recording, but hopefully enough for you to get an idea

 

New to me but very intrigued

 

Maria Taylor

 

Nikki Taylor From Little Daylight

 

Lucy Wainwright Roche

 

Maria Sais de Sicilia(originally from Lydia) of Her & Gold

 

Madeleine Slate - not a huge fan of lyrics, but her voice is amazing

 

Kira Leyden from The Strange Familiar

 

Sera Cahoone - Little bit Folk but really good

 

Amy Stroup

 

Lucy Schwartz

 

I'll post some more later.


Edited by shallman989 - 7/13/14 at 9:57pm
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Thought I'd throw this into the mix. The film is somewhat of a rehash of "Once" but I enjoyed it and Keira has a very pretty voice.

 

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