Singing allows me to imagine my way out or into anything or any place, even if but for a moment.

What does my voice sound like you ask? See what some of my fans are saying.

  • "Powerful, smooth, jazzy... I don't know you got it all!" — Amy Hakola

    "Chocolate, frozen yogurt with blueberry and diced strawberries on top - (i.e. heaven, dear)" — Kelly Wood

  • "It's like a cross between Fergie and Jesus!! And like a bubbly glass of sweet almond champagne!" — Susan Kirkpatrick

    "A breathtaking vocalic vacation" — Roberta Rodgers

  • "A Hershey's Symphony" — Meredith Young

    "Black Velvet" — Ron Husges

  • "From Country to Classic; earthy and angelic...versatility of tone and emotion" — Mama Bug

    "Angels and Birds mixed together" — adoring fan

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    Ave Maria was composed in about 1825 by Franz Schubert (1797-1828) when he was twenty-eight years old and filled with devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. It was written for voice and piano and first published in 1826 as Op 52 no 6. The words most commonly used with Schubert's music are not the words that the composer originally set to music. Franz Schubert actually wrote the music for an excerpt from the poem "The Lady of the Lake" by Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832).


    Welcome to Burlesque is a neo-burlesque song performed by Cher in the 2010 movie Burlesque where she starred with Christina Aguilera.


    You Lost Me is a ballad/pop song by Christina Aguilera which was first released in 2010 by RCA Records (Sony Music) on her album Bionic.


    Gravity is a heart-felt song by Sara Bareilles which was first released in 2007 on her Little Voice album and later re-released in 2009.


    Black Velvet is a blues rock and roll song written by Canadian musicians David Tyson and Christopher Ward. First recorded by Canadian singer Alannah Myles in 1989 it became a number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in 1990.


    Just a Girl is a punk song written by Gwen Stefani and Tom Dumont for No Doubt's third album Tragic Kingdom. The song was released in 1995 as the album's lead single and helped the band break into mainstream music, peaking at number twenty-three on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.


    How Could I Know is a song from the musical The Secret Garden (1993). I changed the lyrics for the purpose of singing it for weddings.