"MELODY GUY-Real FreedomBy Rebecca Hosking Melody has a voice that rings like church bells calling to her congregation to stand up and praise. She can not be placed in any musical category, she has created her own blend and genre of crisp instrumentation and spot on lyrics that leaves nothing for your imagination. ..Melody Guy is on a fast track to success and her music shines like a light in a dark room. I highly recommend this CD if you are trying to free yourself of the everyday mundane norm being play on radio today. You can find freedom in Melody Guy's, REAL FREEDOM! Produced By Chris Arms"
- Rebecca Hosking , MELODY GUY-Real FreedomBy Rebecca Hosking
"Melody is an amazing talent. She writes songs from the heart and is a true artist. Her voice is mesmerizing. I highly recommend her as a performer and recording artist." Gardner Cole Administrated Songwriter/Publisher at Warner Chappell Music
- Gardner Cole Administrated Songwriter/Publisher at Warner Chappell Music, Linkedin(Aug 04, 2012)
"Melody Guy has generated what they call in show business a lot of "buzz." That simply means people are talking about her, which is exactly what singer/songwriters want. In a field crowded with too many genres, too many performers, and very little real talent, it is not easy to get people to notice, let alone talk about you. Guy brings her considerable singing and songwriting skills to the intimacy of Roxx's on Main tonight. The show begins at 7 p.m., and there is a suggested $5 donation. She has lately become the talk of the town, generating the kind of excitement among local musicians that points to the fact that she's indeed someone special. Danny White, owner of Good Stuff Guitar Shop and member of the Americana band The Hopeful Romantics, was downright effusive about her skills. "She is definitely worth seeing," he said. "Her voice is just amazing, and her songs knocked me out when she was at Armando's a couple of weeks ago."
- Jim Caroompas Email the author , Martinez Patch (Jan 04, 2012) [+]
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