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@Shay I enjoy going back in the library of musicians once in a great while. The reason I listen to newer online artists is that they have such great singers. I like a light techno background with powerful vocals. Here is one of my favorites.


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Thanks Abi two nice entries  for the thread thanks for posting them.

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I agree - this is a beautiful song and beautifully sung and draws out emotions - not necessarily my cup of tea of some of the techno sounds but over all I like the performance and writing very much.

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Jenny Lewis is spinning on the CD player this morning, yesterday it was Brandi Carlile with some Anna Nalick. 

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Again - I may be less than conventional for a trans person - but then is a trans person ever conventional? I love dancing - particularly with my wife (when I'm in male mode), but if I'm out somewhere - I'll dance with whoever is dancing. I love all sorts of dancing and one of my favourites is Salsa - just found this playlist today - 


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2 hours ago, Abi said:

@Shay I enjoy going back in the library of musicians once in a great while. The reason I listen to newer online artists is that they have such great singers. I like a light techno background with powerful vocals. Here is one of my favorites.


This is wonderful - I'm into EDM, Trance and pretty much anything that can be danced to (despite my age - 62)


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@Niamh I am sure we can share some really cool tunes then. 


Thanks for the nice compliments @Teri Anne and @Shay. I don't post many since I know there is a lot of my music that is not necessarily everyone favorite classics. My first love is female vocals. I love to just listen and I'm also a bit jealous but, only because they are so powerful and their voices are so pure. I give this as my latest example. Hope you all enjoy this.


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Wow I am jealous of her voice as well. If only....i like the opening guitar sound and the way her noise enters.

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Teri Anne

Here is a band not many knew about even in the 70s.

I got to haul their gear from NYC to Chicago to a show when their contract hauler didn't show.

One of the first loads I got while owning my own truck.

Check out their music library its really good stuff. Very classical W/ jazz touches as well as rock.

Annie Haslam has a great voice and these recordings are old and have degraded some over time


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Teri Anne

Here is another called The Harbour.



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Teri Anne

This is my all time fave one of their songs. Haunting and chilling lyrics and  the classical organ gives it a more haunting presence


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@Teri Anne I loved Renaissance (even though I couldn't spell it) also liked Steeleye Span Pentangle Fairport Convention and Lindesfarne. 

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I love the song and it brought back memories of my trip to Colorado and stopping at Red Rocks - what a cool amphitheater - two other outdoor facilities I liked were Pine Knob near Detroit and Blossom near Cleveland.





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Love the stuff you @Teri Anne and @Abi and @Dinaki and @Niamh and @Cyndee and @Jani have been posting - you are broadening (no pun intended) my horizons and opening up new music to explore and enjoy and grow in my own songwriting and recording ventures.

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I stopped at Red Rocks years ago during a business trip to the area.  It was lightly snowing but my travel companion and I did roam around for a while.  I've seen concerts there on TV or DVD and it is a wonderful place.  

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Red Rocks is on my bucket list but what band is not as important.  I hope we can get back to the days of travel and concerts. All of you have shared some truly great music too. I hadn't heard Renaissance in a long time. That was a nice blast from the past.? 

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30 minutes ago, Abi said:

I hope we can get back to the days of travel and concerts.

Me as well.  I want to hit the road so bad!!!


Never been a Renaissance fan although several close friends were, so they were heard frequently. 

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Here she is, the valley girl. I love it....


fer sure, fer sure....it's so Tarzana




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Been there - didn't do that - Isn't her name Moon Unit Zappa sister of Dweesil - poor kids - what was Frank thinking.....

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Need some James Gang and then Turn to Stone from Barmstorm.... Jimmy Fox a friend of my producer and I saw them in 1966 before Walsh at a high school band.....




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Teri Anne

Saw James Gang live in 69 somewhere in New York state or Penn.LOL

Some really great music postings and I thank everyone for participating.


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Teri Anne

Another great singer is Joe Lynn Turner.

He sang with Yngwie Malmsteen's band Rising Force he also sang in Rainbow with Richie Blackmore.

I love this song and the photography is outstanding.

The band is called Sunstorm.


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As I was doing my vocal feminization exercises with he Vocal Stylist I came across a left handed girl whose voice I want to be able to use as a model......



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gosh if only.......

Danielle Nicole

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Danielle Nicole
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Background information
Birth name Danielle Nicole Schnebelen
Origin Kansas City, United States
Genres Soul, blues
Instruments Vocals, bass guitar, guitar
Labels Concord
Associated acts Trampled Under Foot
Website daniellenicolemusic.com

Danielle Nicole (born Danielle Nicole Schnebelen) is an American blues/soul musician from Kansas City, Missouri, United States. Her self-titled solo debut EP was released March 10, 2015 on Concord Records. The self-titled EP features Grammy Award-winning producer-guitarist Anders Osborne, Galactic's co-founding drummer Stanton Moore and keyboardist Mike Sedovic.[1] On February 25, 2015, American Blues Scene premiered the track "Didn't Do You No Good" off the new EP.[2]

In May 2019, she received Blues Music Awards for both Contemporary Blues Female Artist and Bass Instrumentalist.[3][4]


Danielle Nicole was previously in the band Trampled Under Foot with her brothers Kris and Nick Schnebelen.[5] At the 2014 Blues Music Awards, Trampled Under Foot's album, Badlands, won the 'Contemporary Blues Album of the Year' category. At the same ceremony, Danielle Nicole, under the name of Danielle Schnebelen, triumphed in the 'Best Instrumentalist – Bass' category.[6] The band was also nominated in the 'Band of the Year' category.[7]


Brandon Miller & Danielle Nicole

In September 2015, her debut album, Wolf Den, was released on Concord Records.[8] It reached number 2 in the Billboard Top Blues Albums chart in October that year.[9] The album was produced by Anders Osborne and Ryan Kingsbury. Writers included Danielle Nicole, Anders Osborne, Al Jackson Jr. and Mike Sedovic. Players were Danielle Nicole, vocals/bass; Anders Osborne and Luther Dickinson, guitars; Mike Sedovic, keyboards; Stanton Moore, drums.

On March 10, 2018, Danielle Nicole's second release, Cry No More,[10] peaked at number 1 in the Billboard Top Blues Albums Chart [11] and included producer collaborator Tony Braunagel; writers Danielle Schnebelen, Bill Withers, Prince, Jeff Paris, Tamara Champlin, Maia Sharp, Pam Rose, Anthony LaPeau and John Lardieri. Players were Danielle Nicole, vocals/bass; Nick Schnebelen, Brandon Miller, Walter Trout, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Monster Mike Welch, Luther Dickinson and Johnny Lee Schell, guitars; Mike Sedovic, Mike Finnigan, and Kelly Finnigan, organs; Tony Braunagel, drums; with Maxanne Lewis and Kudisan Kai as background vocalists.[12] The TV series, S.W.A.T., used "Save Me" from this album on the February 21, 2019 episode of the show.

Danielle Nicole along with Christone Ingram, did the warm up show for the Fourth Annual Utah Blues Festival June, 2018 at the State Room,[13] headlined with her band, Brandon Miller and Kris Schnebelen at the International Blues Festival in Canada in July 2018 [14] and at the Bean Blossom Blues Festival in Indiana in August 2018.[15] She performed with an orchestra her tribute to Etta James and Aretha Franklin at Knuckleheads Saloon November 2018[16] and, in February 2019, was part of a cruise[17] and concert at Knuckleheads[18] for the Michael Ledbetter Foundation.

Danielle Nicole's awards have included the Independent Blues Award for best contemporary CD in Blues Blast magazine,[19] and Top 20 Blues Rock Roots Album.[20] She was inducted into Canada's South Blues Society Hall of Fame.[21]

Her release "Cry No More" was nominated for a 2019 Grammy Award in Contemporary blues.[22][23]

In May 2019, Danielle Nicole's "Cry No More" received two Blues Music Awards for Contemporary Blues Female Artist and Bass Instrumentalist [24][4] and garnered three additional Independent Blues Awards in September 2019 for best R & B Soul CD, Music Video for the album's title track, and R & B Soul Song for Prince's How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore?" [25]


Danielle Nicole Band @ River Music Experience, Davenport IA, 2018


  • Danielle Nicole (March 10, 2015)[26]


  • Wolf Den (September 15, 2015)[8]
  • Live at the Gospel Lounge (May 22, 2017) (Limited release, only sold at concerts)
  • Cry No More (February 23, 2018)[27]


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