Singing is my second passion.

While I wanted to run away with a rock band when I was 14, I really didn't discover my voice until I was 40. At that point in my life, I came home from work every night and sang for hours. After several months of this, I felt like if I didn't let it out I was going to explode, so I found a really wonderful voice coach, George Evanish.

After a year of voice lessons, he invited me to take his group class, where students had to sing in front of each other. I was very nervous, but got great feedback. The next step was our homework assignment: karaoke. He said it was a great way to learn how to hold the microphone, how to stand, how to choose songs that the audience would respond to, etc. Did I mention I was nervous?

But the first time I got up to sing, the entire room stopped what they were doing and turned around. Other than my voice, you could hear a pin drop. That's when I knew I was getting it right. It was a great feeling. While I did sing backup with a rock band for 15 months, today I stick to singing solos at church and karaoke in my local watering holes. 

Here are some samples of my singing. 

Unchained Melody - The Righteous Brothers
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Black Velvet - Alana Myles
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Different Drum - Linda Rondstadt
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Kiss Me - Sixpence None the Richer
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Fire and Ice - Pat Benetar
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Crazy - Patsy Cline (as done by Lynn)
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A Broken Wing - Martina McBride
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I Hope You Dance - Leann Womack
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