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Author Archives: Courtney
Did you know that if you google “Music Row” and view the images you actually get a bunch of pictures of downtown on Broadway? Not the same thing, my friends. But I know why that happens – Music Row really … Continue reading
I got to come home about an hour early today – no particular reason, except that I worked a lot last week and this past weekend, so when I looked at my calendar and it was free from 11 am … Continue reading
My least favorite thing about being a singer is that the slightest little tickle in your throat can completely shut down the thing you most love to do. I don’t know whether to feel annoyed or grateful, because I’ve had … Continue reading
So, I started taking voice lessons again. My first lesson was Wednesday. I’m still having a hard time organizing my thoughts regarding this. My mind has been racing since I booked that first lesson. I could hardly sit still the … Continue reading
This is one of the songs from “Homemade,” my newest EP. You can get it for $1.
I made some big decisions last week. First, I signed up for voice lessons/vocal coaching. Second, I decided to actively start looking for voice students again. Huge. I’ve been considering vocal coaching (as in, being coached) ever since I finished … Continue reading
The best way to get my parents to come see me is to BRIBE THEM. Listen, it’s not like they wouldn’t come see me at all if I didn’t buy them Rascal Flatts tickets, but I am saying it certainly … Continue reading
I’m going to spend the next week or two making videos for the songs from “Homemade.” Because… maybe you want to know what they sound like before you download them. Or maybe you just like seeing me bop along to … Continue reading
At the risk of being one of those people who writes more about her website than actually providing interesting content on a regular basis, let me tell you about some interesting content I’ve added to my website. I recently reorganized … Continue reading