I hope she wins the big one , Susan is already making the rounds on the British media circuits . Big change from just singing on her church choir which btw the parish and the priest was always egging her on to go professional for Years
#424669 - 04/16/0905:46 PMRe: This is a real tear-jerker - be warned
I'm 3/4 English. The 1/4 Scottish comes from my Dad's mum, Katherine Nee MacKinnon (her married name was Reed). Everyone called her Sadie, though... She kept bagpipes in her bedroom closet and used to sing to old Gaelic songs that she would play on a 78 rpm record player. She also used to sing very loudly during thunderstorms, because they scared her. She didn't sing all that well, but the accent made up for it. ;-)
I can still remember her giving me lectures about all the hippy girls going braless. LOL. She thought it was horrible, so I always wore a bra even though many of my friends didn't.
Remind mes of this kid... A 13 year old choirboy... I believe he finished 2nd last year.... singing "Tears in heaven" from Eric Clapton.. in this same style. It's on Youtube [video:youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtyYFm8Bdkg[/video]
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