Tommie brewster's Blog – March 2010 Archive (6)

Tommie's Spoken Word - What Was It You Said???

One of the many pieces of advice Jaijai has given to me, is that she felt in addition to my

musical output, I should maybe sometime give some thought to doing Spoken Word and

we even joked about the sort of things I might do.

With so much going on currently for my music, this was on the back burner, until

yesterday when a lovely…

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Added by tommie brewster on March 29, 2010 at 6:00am — No Comments

From Our Hearts For The World

Yes, there are and have been many compilations produced to try and help the people of Haiti. I was asked some weeks ago if I would join in a small group of artists from many different genres to put together an album in the hope of helping or trying to help in some way.

Subsequently, the disaster in Chile hit and there are so many around the world who will always need help, always.



So we created "From Our Hearts For The World"…

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Added by tommie brewster on March 27, 2010 at 5:56am — No Comments

The Tommie Brewster Appreciation Society

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On Facebook Lady Rosemarie took me by surprise by creating

The Tommie Brewster Appreciation Society just a couple of days ago

and I am still sort of speechless that this should happen.



I can only say a huge thankyou to Rose for doing this and to

voice my thanks also to all the people who already joined the

group.



Such kindness and such support - that this should be done

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Added by tommie brewster on March 21, 2010 at 7:28am — No Comments

Happy St Patrick's Day from Tommie!!!



Yes St. Patrick's Day on March 17 and I will be proudly wearing a piece of shamrock here in New Zealand and thinking about all things Irish, remembering that I am half Irish (half Italian also and of course now a Kiwi!!)

The online magazine Artsees Diner is featuring me in with a feature they asked me to

write about 'The Emerald Isle' and my song 'Macushlah' - my version of a very old

traditional Irish love lament.



My video is playing…
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Added by tommie brewster on March 15, 2010 at 4:12am — No Comments

Tommie Brewster tops Song Vault showcase chart at 1 and 2



Song Vault is a chart that I don't really give enough attention to - I just occasionally ask

people to vote for me but obviously votes come in all the time. Last year, I had 6 weeks

when I had number one in three different finals charts - one of my songs actually made

it on to the Song Vault library!



Today I'm told that not only am I at number one with Break It To Me Gently,

but now one of my first ever releases, Don't Send Me To…
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Added by tommie brewster on March 12, 2010 at 5:49am — No Comments

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