Track 29 off the 30 day project is of me singing Florence & The Machine’s “Dog Days Are Over”,  Although not as ethereal as the original, this was suits my needs.  Hope you enjoy it!

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Track 28 off the 30 day project is of me singing Joan Osborne’s hit’ “One of Us”, which was rather controversial at the time.  It was always a bit sad to me, but a beautiful song, just the same.

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Track 27 off the 30 day project is of me singing Calvin Harris’ “Sweet Nothing”.  There’s something rather profound about the lyrics.  Take a listen and see what I mean.

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Track number 26 off the 30 day project is of me singing with Crash Course Karaoke at one of their shows at The Underground.  Had a lot of fun with the guys singing Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive”.  

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Track #25 of the from the 30 day project is from an artist name Emeli Sande.  After hearing it once, I made a point to learn to song.  Here’s my version.

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Day #24 off the 30 day project comes to you from 2011 during the finals of the NY State Karaoke Championships.  I sang Aretha Franklin’s “Rock Steady” for the live audience.  Hope you enjoy it as well.

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Day 23’s track from the 30 day project is originally Freestyle group Expose.  ”Let Me Be The One” was one of their top hits and was overplayed on my walkman growing up.  Hope you enjoy my version.

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Day 22 off the 30 day project is me singing Heart’s “Alone” with the Human Karaoke Experience.  Hope you enjoy it!

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Day 21’s track off the 30 day project was originally release by Bobby Caldwell back in 1978.  ”What You Won’t Do For Love” reminds me of the late 70’s/early 80’s with it’s smooth delivery and horn section, which seems very New York.  I hope you enjoy my version.

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Day 20’s offering is from 2011 when I performed at the NY State finals of the Karaoke Idol Challenge. In my final song I fought not only to win, by to keep my pants up as they were threatening to fall off of me at any second. I hope you enjoy my version of Thelma Houston’s “Don’t Leave Me This Way”.

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Going curly today. I’m enjoying my pink ombré.

Offering number 19 off the 30 day project was originally released off the “Saturday Night Fever” soundtrack in 1977.  It was written by the Bee Gees, but performed by Yvonne Elliman, and was notoriously played repetitively by my mother.  It’s one of my longtime favorites.  I hope you enjoy my version of “If I Can’t Have You”.

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Day 18’s track from the 30 day project is from Pat Benetar’s 1981 album “Precious Time”.  In this performance I’m singing “Promises in the Dark” live with the Human Karaoke Experience at O’Flanigan’s Pub in NYC.  

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Track for day 17 off the 30 day project was originally released back in 1983 by Laura Branigan, although most folks recall Michael Bolton’s version released back in 2002.  The fact is he wrote the song for Laura back in 1983, so you can say it was Michael’s to begin with.  I hope you enjoy my version of “How Am I Supposed to Live Without You”.

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Day 16 off of the 30 Day Project is me singing the Roxette song “Listen to Your Heart”, originally released in 1988.

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