"@Yasmin thank you. Firstly I just wanted to cover it because I think it's a beautiful song and admire Tori Amos as a pop artist as she always puts so much feeling into her songs. Secondly, I was performing it in a show this christmas anyway but…"
"Thank you Erica :) I know what you mean about the stand. Unfortunately that's just how the tech people set it up but will most definitely try and find a time where I can perform an up tempo number without a mic stand so I can add…"
"This is exciting... I'm going to try so hard to take part! It's just finding the time with all my uni work and other work! But I'm going to try! Regardless, I am looking forward to seeing what everyone else posts! I love learning from…"
My favorite artists, influences, and inspirations are:
In the way of Musical Theatre: Ruthie Henshall, Kerry Ellis, Ramin Karimloo, Laura Bell Bundy, Kristen Chenoweth, Julie Atherton, Alfie Boe, Idina Menzel, Sutton Foster, Aoife Mulholland, Rachel Tucker and many more!
In the way of pop: Christina Aguilera, Beyonce, Angelika Vee, Tori Kelly, Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift and many more!
More about me:
I'm currently studying BA Drama and Literature at the University of Essex, England. I love to act; I also love to sing but have been trained further in acting than singing. Musical theatre performing is a passion of mine, ever since I met a certain person who encouraged me to go into the arts. To them I owe everything that I have become so far, although I have a long way to go as I only began performing 2 years ago and have no background of training. But it's a fun passion and hobby to have :)
As for other parts of my life... I love animals.. have 5 cats and 4 horses which keep me busy! I also love music in general, listen to so much different kinds. Music just makes me smile :)
Hi Jade! Great to meet you and I will listen to your track and comment soon. I see you worked with one of my favorite people in the whole world Ruthie Henshall. Wish we could all sing like her, what an inspiration. She did two stints in Chicago here in NYC once as Velma and once as Roxie which I believe she won the Olivier Award for in London. How fantastic you got to do that event with her - I assume it was for a charity much like we as a theatrical community do here in NYC. Thanks for posting!