Hi, all. I finally figured out how to use my new USB mic. Also, learning how to use Audacity. It's not too hard, I just have to learn all the bells and whistles. I didn't do too mu...Show More
Hello to all and a special hello to Danny. May you many more birthdays and thank you so much for having such a wonderful site for folks who enjoy singing. God bless you always Da.....Show More
Happy New Year everybody! My hubby and I had so much fun singing this rousing song from 'Mary Poppins'. Thanks for listening and we hope it makes you feel cheery! :)
Finally had some time to record! I am sorry I don't get around to posting, or listening, as much as I should. I am going to try to do more of both in 2019 :) Its nice to have all...Show More
This is a lot easier than last time I sang it, but still not sure about that high note...Oh, well. I had fun!
From "Grease," sang by Frankie Avalon in the movie. I love all those songs...
My weather forecast from a professional weather forecast fortune teller: Expect torrential rain in my present and near future. LOL.
Porgy and Bess is a 1959 American musical film directed by Otto Preminger. It is based on the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess by George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward, and Ira Gershwin, which ...Show More
Big setback - ended up in the hospital again. But here's a gender reversal Broadway classic that I did when all my moving parts were still working. :-)
"Breaking" News: Please don't break your pelvis because A) It hurts! and B) You spend weeks in the hospital learning how to walk again. But with my new best friend, Walt...Show More
Slowly making my way uptown and back to Broadway but doing some shopping now on 34th Street in "New York, New York". ;-)
Another favorite song from "Porgy and Bess". I asked Joyce's background singers to help me with the repeat chorus but they're booked solid for the next 2 months. ;-)
From my favorite opera "Porgy and Bess" composed by George Gershwin in 1935.
This is a recording I made last night for my daughter and niece, both of whom are big fans of the play "Les Miserables". Now, I realize this not the usual song fare on ka...Show More
Ed Ames is 90 years old today. This song was a big hit for him back in 1967. Originally from the Broadway musical "I Do, I Do".
Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there! Hope you're having a nice day.... I just learned this one today.
I was in my teens when I first heard this song - performed by Irene Ryan ("The Beverly Hillbillies") on Broadway in the original "Pippin". The lyrics were super...Show More
The finale from A Chorus Line. "She's the quintessence of making the grade" - Yikes. (LOL)
Everybody do "The Fruge" - LOL - from 1966's "Sweet Charity".
Found Another Crocodile Song - This one..(is hard to sing, but I found a useable version) - NEVER SMILE AT A CROCODILE 1953 - (from Disney's Peter Pan). I can not sing the orginal ...Show More
Don, sings this to Dulcinea - after or during his performance the others in the tavern begin to mock him. This is the Howard Keel version. I did not know he performed it. I to can ...Show More
In a dramatic mood... no, not being a drama-qween. Tilting at windmills is just a hobby.
The Music of the Night is a song from the 1986 musical The Phantom of the Opera. The music was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber with lyrics by Charles Hart. It has appeared on multip...Show More
Have listened and enjoy Joyce's song from JSC, wanted to share my version of Herod's Song.
From the movie and Broadway show - Annie. I don't have a red wig on, I sing it with energy and exuberance.
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