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The artist Paula J Laird and the inspiration,
Laird, who relates that she got addicted to songwriting at the tender age of five, describes the concept as “the realism and perception of someone whom you may think has it easy in their life – from a distance, of course – when really, their life might be a total nightmare.” The presumption of someone else's personal Utopia often plays a role in the casual cruelty humans inflict upon one another, but as Laird points out, life is never as simple as a single paragraph, let alone a solitary line. “I guess you can say everyone really does have a story,” she writes. “People and stories are as original as their struggles and triumphs… It all adds up and makes us who we are.”
“She writes, as far as playing instruments, I am not a soloist, as long as I can rewind, I play electric and acoustic guitars, Keyboards etc., love the base, I get funky with that one. Last but not least, the Vocals,” I play the mixing board most, Can we say learning curve” to me, mix down is an art within its self, the Signs Album was the hardest to mix, I can’t wait for it to be heard by everyone, it was the most inspired. “
“Jennifer from the support staff from “Song of the Year” has been very gracious with her E-mails and has informed me several times that my songs received a personalized placement page. One was for the song “Can you imagine” it had received the Semi- finalists Award on the 16th, of August 2012, another song off the gospel Album” The Signs. “He is God’s son” had received the “Honorable Mention” May 23, 2012. The song Cinderella, from the soft Rook Album Cinderella had received a “Semi-finalist” Award, December 3, 2012.
Laird's introspective nature is at least partially the source of this humanistic poetry. She writes, “You can find all kinds of things to springboard your imagination in all kinds of areas. Sometimes it's only seeing someone with a blank stare and wondering why they’re looking out the coffee shop window with zero expression on their face, and concluding what they might be thinking about. Are they overwhelmed with what all they have to do that day? Or is it a heartbreaking, tragic story that is leaving them numb?”
Being a songwriter trying not to listen to anyone, you will find the songs are extremely original, having been asked the big question of who does this artist sound like, on some websites it is a required question, but still it has yet to be answered. Asking for help out there, maybe someone more experienced in the, who sounds like who arena, might have an answer. Now that’s original.
Paula J. Laird hopes to release her “Dream Come True” album in the respectively near future. Her single, “Cinderella,” The single “Cinderella” is distributed globally and is available at iTunes for convenient purchase and download and is available online everywhere.
-S. McCauley

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