Monday, December 26, 2005

Sorry for the delay - concert review

Sorry its been so long since I hollared at you. Trying to overcome my heartbreak at having my name mispelled in the Genevieve newsletter. "Damian" isn't even close to "Daymen."

Anyways, my sister-in-law was at Genevieve show on December 7 and wrote a quick review for the blog. Here it is...

"Oh god, another hot chick with a great body, grrrrgonna sing her heart out about her love ofponies....or worse grind her hips in our faces whiletelling us all about her fantastic sex life at 15!!!!! Fabulously surprised when every song was tragic orworrying about impending doom. ;)While small in stature, Gen(?) has a powerhouse of avoice! As she sings you are transported to a moment in yourlife of bittersweet melancholy. Her rich and soulfulvoice lending greater impact to the lyrics and yet, inthe end reminding you that life continues to move on."

I'm pretty sure this is a stream of concious sort of review, ya know, relieved that she wasn't going to see a Britney Spears clone or something.

Anyways, buzz continues to grow. I'll keep finding more about her album and performances online. Until next time...D

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

...and another album review

Man, how did bloggers exist without google? Wait, am I giving up trade secrets?


"Genevieve has a strong voice, and this recording is professionally produced. A little aural variety, with a few differing rhythms and some instrumental variety, however, would have made it even better still. Genevieve has the talent to make it nationally; now she just needs a break. " - By Dan MacIntosh

Saturday, December 03, 2005

More Album Reviews

Web wanderings have led to the discovery of two more album reviews for our darling singer/songwriter. As expected, they're both fabulous. I'll bet soon this won't be her only fan blog, but at least this little plot of bandwith will be able to say we were here first.

Most singer/songwriters wish they had half this much talent. If she’s not signed to a major label deal with this demo, then I give up on the mainstream industry. - J-Sin

(Incidently, I gotta hand it to J-Sin, thats a pretty cool short hand for Jason, except of course J-Sin is the same amount of letters as Jason. I'll stop now.)

Here’s a serene album by a woman with an amazingly beautiful voice who seemed to focus more on the lyrics than the musical arrangements to coincide with them. Using simplistic musical arrangements let her voice simply shine and be the focal point. - Geoff Dellinger