Sunday, September 22, 2013


I blame FACEBOOK for why I don't feel the need to have a voice, even if only a handful of audience.  I have programmed radio for hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of thousands of weekly listeners.  It's full circle. My inner artist must be creative.

My writing has had compliments for many years from many people.  So here I am.

I just found out I'm a sixteen-year old girl.  Here's how:  As part of an ITunes/IOS updates, I get iradio.  I can't listen to radio radio, because I end up judging it and then being upset since most stations are just horrible, and if they aren't, their commercials get me from a voicework perspective.  Anyway, here's a station called PURE POP and I LIKE IT.  Because I can't listen to radio, the artists are mostly unknown to me.  "Who's THAT?  I LIKE HIM.  Wonder if there's a CD?"

The score is 3 and 3.  3 songs I thought were great and three I don't.  I'm a big fan of pop production too, so I don't mind hooks galore.  I hear the splices, the comps sometimes.  It sounds good on my studio monitors.

Well, I am fickle. I had even written down the name (DRAKE) of the singer I liked a lot.  Now I find a DRAKE station.  Or it's all Drake.  Radio people will enjoy the irony of Drake iradio.  Drake was an architect of the popular style of top 40 in the 60s.

Fickle again.  Too much rap on DRAKE.  I don't understand the words easily anyway.

I like Justin Timberlake. 

16 years old.  Girl.