Music, Music, Music

This is the thing…

I do not believe that I have that great of a voice.

I struggle with asthma and cannot breathe well enough for long phrases. I have not had too many voice lessons, so my technique is almost non existant.

I love such a weird mix of vocal styles that it is difficult to pin down what sort of a singer I am or aspire to be.

One of my earliest memories is playing an old 45 of Bob McGrath from Sesame Street singing the song, “Sing”.

“Sing, sing a song, sing out loud, sing out strong.
Sing of good things, not bad…
Sing of happy, not sad…

Sing, sing a song
Make it simple, to last your whole life long

Don’t worry that it’s not good enough, for anyone else to hear,
Sing.
Sing a song

La, la la la, La, la la la la la la la…”

I played that record on our little play stereo so many times it broke.

During the darkest moments of my life, music has been the key to my sanity.

So please, be kind as you check out this playlist. I know how presumptuous it is to throw my songs on the web and call myself a singer and even assume that people will pay me money to teach their children to sing.

I put a couple of my songs on Fandalism a few months ago and the feedback has been so positive that I felt better about setting up the Vocal Studio for Musical Theatre Beginners.

Here are a few of my favorites:

Thanks for stopping by…

Jenny Hatch

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