Daddy Lloyd sings seven Southern Gospel tunes with guitar or piano. Everybody has got to have this Southern Gospel CD in their music library. CD is free this month to all who join the Tuxedo Club which promotes Big Band Jazz & Swing. Listen and make sure you like the original Swing-era musicians first at: http://www.BigBandsAlive.com
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By all means! Please tell me if you will, does your audience like Big Band music -- the kind played by the original sidemen of the WW2 Swing-era orchestras -- like at http://www.BigBandsAlive.com (LISTEN & LOOK button)?
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Hi Stephen - Right back at you! Thanks so much for connecting with me on here, too. Yes, I would certainly be very interested in singing on your show with the big bands. My favourite song to sing from the era? Wow, that's a tough one. I was raised on so much of the music because my parents were both veterans of the British Army in WWII (that's how they met :-). I'd have to say: "A Nightingale Sang in Berkley Square" is unanimously #1 for me. "Stardust" is also a fave. And a I love singing the fast tempo swingers, too. I do pretty much anything by Vera Lynn and Marlene Dietrich. Anyhow, I am so pleased to hear from you - and will drop you a private note to discuss this more. All the best; Brenda
Thanks for the kudos and the add. Actually, the songs on my site, except for "Baby It's Cold Outside," are from a demo. I can send you a copy of my Christmas Cd. My new CD won't be completed until later this spring. Email me, and we can talk.
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