Great New Voices
Three amazing young singers have been into the studio lately recording demos of their vocals in a professional set up. Each really impressed us in different ways and we see a bright future for them in the music business. Firstly because of their obvious natural talent but also, and perhaps more importantly, because of their professional attitude in the studio.We wanted to let people hear their voices at this early stage in their careers so in order of age here’s an introduction along with edited versions of their featured tracks.
Eva worked really seriously on the track and during her session she also branched out into trying out other styles. It was amazing to witness her hearing back the results and being satisfied with her efforts after patiently working through the song. The improvement since she was last in the studio was noticeable. Seeing a true artist develop in this way and being part of the process is why this is a great job here at Offbeat. We really hope Eva comes to the attention of the wider music industry. Check out her stunning version of O Mio Babbino Caro.
17 year old Kieran Renner from Northumberland was in this week recording three songs, amongst them a great Acoustic versions of Titanium by David Guetta which we have featured below. He also did great versions of Little Things by Ed Shieran and I Won’t Give Up by Jason Mraz.
Kieran, who is in his last year at school now, is a natural and for his first time in the studio we were astonished by his assured performance. Kieran has mainly sung on musicals and group singing projects up until now but after this recording he hopes to branch out and try more solo singing projects too. Judge for yourself
Finally 24 year old Emma Kennedy from Lockerbie was back also in early April after her first ever session in January. Emma is already gigging as much as she can and working with an agent locally. She sang several songs this time to build up a demo of tracks but her amazing studio performance Up To The Mountain, a great song by Patty Griffin and featured below, really shows the emotional depth of her voice. Emma is now writing songs herself and hopes to develop this over the next while. She doesn’t play any instruments other than singing so would like to team up with other musicians to develop her ideas.