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Hi Laura, I didn't actually "attend" the Mapleleaf party last night for the kids' playground... but I heard you sing from about 5 houses down the street on my back porch... you sounded wonderful! I'm a harmonica player from Baton Rouge, LA... happily married and working for an engineering firm in BHAM. Very, VERY nice to hear you last night. Our group is playing for the OktoberFest in Ferndale (Pioneer Park, barn in back). Warm regards, Mike Thoreson Harbor View Drive
If that big-boned boy could keep his AMP on, yawl'd be awraht.
Loving this new CD SUNDAYS!!! My sister-in-law and I listened to it in the car on a weekend trip. Makes me so homesick for Texas! Lyrics, arrangements, all just lovely, and of course your voice is terrific. You really control the songs very well vocally, you know just exactly how to do it. I don't want to say "polished" because that sounds too artificial and you don't sound artificial at all. Also I thought a very good job of sequencing. And all VERY good musicians and fine production. I don't hear anything better out of Nashville, and I live there! Two of my favorites are Hot Texas Sun ( and Meet Her. My sister-in-law liked Dusty Road the best, and we both loved The Griz! But I love all the songs, not a clinker in the bunch, and they all stand out as "individuals." Anyway, hope I will get to hear you play live sometime!! Maybe this summer!
Stagecoach Show must've been great. I couldn't make it there as I don't drive due to strokes. Loved the video though!
http://www.959theranch.com/. send em a cd and background. I'd rather see you play Billy Bob's than Reba and George play Jerry Jones' Arlington unnamed pigeon target.
Laura, it sure was great to see you. Beautiful as ever!! Love your CD Sundays! God's Blessings to you! Sharon Douglass
Hi! Very good site!
Hey Laura, Just played "Hope you never win the lottery" for our new "Daughter-in-law" to be. She's a dancer, told her about the lessons you gave me.... Look forward to getting together. Also, your new photos are great. Many Cheers, Jim & Maggie
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u856GmFrIxw I dare you to arrange your own version of that one. I'm sure it will be tasty.
love your CD!! my favorite ones are You Don't Understand and As Is... that is... if i had to pick two! they are all good stuff. so enjoy your voice. Did you have a chance to listen to my CD? it was fun the other night... talk to ya soon... Li
Any Old Time: Musically, your song sounds like it is rich, varied, and wide in scope even though there's only, what, maybe six instruments, two of which are used sparingly. The lyrics are positive and they're probably the exact words a man wants to hear from a woman he has strong feelings for. Your liquid-smooth vocals compliment the music, especially during the chorus. That's when all the instruments and your voice alter between being in harmony with each other and going in different directions. It works extremely well. The guitar does not have the typical country sound to it, giving the song a unique sound.
Purest you've conjured. Very progressive in throwback medieval melodic and rhythmic changes combined with tasteful lead. Another niche you're dovetailing.
hey mom. you need to put a picture of your children on this website! they influence your music so giving them no credit is like violating copyright. ps i like the last picture on your gallery.
http://www.digitalrodeo.com/jdmyers/videos/449 Norry Niven a friend of mine directed this Some in the Old T&P station in FTW. Might do you justice
good guest page. thank you.
So impressed was I, that I gave a WFAA Talk show host this site to get you on when you're in town EVER. Gordon Keith Show, rook it up
Hey girl, I was so excited to see you on the Everman website! You're looking great and your music is fantastic; no surprise there you've always had the greatest voice! Wish you were singing back here in Texas; I sure would come out to hear you. Let me know if you ever get back this way.
It's got a Sun records Jordanaires feel to it. Sounds like one singer backup multiplexed. You have a great prescence, soft yet to the point.Unique talent. I normally listen to artists for the for the first time live with my back to them. Take out the visual you can detect more nuances.
Hi there Laura. Man, you have a great sound. But then again you did when you sang in high school. I am not sure you remember me. But keep singing, you are great!
Hi Laura! Nice surprise seeing you on our map ~ please come join us at http://evermanclass78.ning.com/ ~ Glen Milam posted a great B&W photo of you from back in the day & has asked about you, btw. Cheers!
Laura, "Real Good Man" sounds EXCELLENT!! Mike's done a fantastic good with the recording & engineering. I can't wait to hear the final product. Lit'l Jawge in Foat Wuth
Great Sampling of Newest Offering. Looking forward to picking up the whole CD Live and Personal at Archers on Sunday Night.....You Do Great Works!!!!! J&M
We invited our entire company to your show. Thanks for the great entertainment. -Heidi http://www.vaonlineservices.com
Laura! Loved the show and the CD! I'll be going back to Alaska at the end of the month so, ya know, if you ever feel like coming up to Ketchikan to do a few Patsy Cline covers you gotta let me know. Take care. :) - jed
We've enjoyed kicking back Sunday evenings and enjoying the music at the Archer Ale House. It's a great way to ease out of the weekend into the workweek. Hope you have more Sunday evening gigs.
Enjoyed meeting you at Archer's on sunday night. Love your CD, and I'm sure my sister will too. Looking forward to your new release. Please put me on the notification list. Phil
Hi Laura, This is a great website; didn't know about it before, but glad you told us about it on our last visit. Looks like your second career is up and going great!! Wasn't aware that you are such a big "star," Sis-in-law!! :) I wish you great blessings in all your endeavors. Will try to buy the CD's asap. :) Love, Shari*
Bring your six-packs and your broken hearts and hunker down, cause you're about to get whomped by the blues, Texas-style.
I loved your music! Your voice, sound and lyrics! It was great to hear your interview on Locals Only,KISM. Looking forward to hearing more :) Christina
KISM on Sunday? Very Cool! Will give it a listen.
Laura, I loved hearing you sing your original music at the Honey Pot. Beautiful voice, great backup and an easy Texas style. I especially enjoyed the bluesy songs. And those red boots! Gotta get me some!
Always a pleasure to hear you sing. It was a good time at the Honey Moon this weekend.
My first time listening to you live Laura, along with the 3 player back-up group at Honey Moon (Bellingham) last night, an excellent performance by all. Your voice is a treat, and you use it so very well in a pleasing blend with other players. I will very definitely have to buy your CD's. And I am looking forward to hearing you again soon at Wild Buffalo (3/12) and again at Honey Moon (4/12).
very good , useful site lauraomusic.com
Hey Mrs. Overstreet! I'm Angies friend. My mom LOVES your music. She thinks it's really good. Just wanted to say hi. :)
Have know Laura and her music for quite some time. She is awasome and so our her songs. I love the music
I will work at getting you onto the "A" guest list for the next wine bash and gathering of the usual suspects. I'll miss your Saturday show. Next local appearance? Happy Holidays!
You sing great. You sound better than a lot of the singers from nashville. Good luck with the web sight!! See you in March.
Hey Laura, WOW!!!! Enjoying the ride right along with you. Looking and Sounding GOOD!!!! Keep Up The Good Works. Jim
The site looks great! We have been listening to your CD over and over again in the car. Jenny is now humming your tunes at home!