Lynda Barnes Lovett, a composer of “new old standards”, is a classically trained pianist, who began playing the piano at age three and performing for large audiences at age eight. She majored in piano at Birmingham-Southern Conservatory of Music and was briefly an accompanist for the Washington D.C. Ballet.
Italian female vocal with guitar. This song is a plea for a loving relationship. The arrangement mimcs what you would hear in an Italian intimate club setting, and the musical style is like the old Neapolitan ballads. Female Vocals, European Music, Italian Music
Sweet and smokey female vocal pop jazz. It only matters what you think of your significant other. Don't let "Opinions of Others" influence you. It's none of anyone else's business. Female Vocals, Jazz Music, Smooth Jazz Vocals
A reasurring message that true love is never lost, regardless of death, divorce or disagreement of any kind. Love makes us who we are, and true loves are with us throughout our entire lives. Mixed Vocals, Pop Music, Pop Ballad
The ones you love will be in your life forever. It's a happy thought to realize that you can keep those important to you forever close when you put them in your heart. Mixed Vocals, Latin Music, Spanish Music
Listen, Men, don't tell us we can't party as long as we want to, because we are going to raise hell when we feel like it, so shut up and watch a football game or something. Female Vocals, Country Music, Contemporary Country Music