thanks again for your kinds words, bev. the fact i don't understand all you write isn't because you write fast :) it's because i'm foreigner, and i don't have all the vocabulary, but it's not a pb. about the fact you don't find the "echo" you're expecting in this site (room in particular), maybe it's because it's a jazz pianist site, and most of the comments deal about that ... now, singing is part of jazz, if i'm not mistaken ... and also some rooms themes in this site are quite far from jazz piano ... that's why it's so interesting after all, this diversity ... you seem to be the only one here really involved in the singing thing (imo), but again, if you don't get all the resonance you need, don't think it has no interest for anyone.
your texts, more often, are a view of your mind, you give alot of details, it's more a blog than something else, maybe it's why they don't call (get) answers, but personnally, i follow that with interest.
carry on !
the awards show seems to have been a great moment ! if you have a link to see some pictures, it would be great.
let us know about your artistic projects.
last thing, i'm too kind of beginner to let you hear (too soon :)) what i'm doing, but "it will come before i die" (my own devise :))
if you want to hear me live, you have to cross the atlantic :) would be pleased to meet you, lots of things to do and see and hear here ! we have 2 big concerts from singer women at the beginning of july here (nice, south of france) celine dion, the other one : barbara streisand, singing in france for the fist time (i think it's what i've read). if i have to choose one of these 2 concerts, what is the best choice, in your view ?
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