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Four Gifts of the Highly Sensitive

Courtney Marchesani Show You What Type of Sensitive You Are & How to Make the Most of Your Gifts!

Popularity Views : 244   Sensitives…if you are feeling marginalized or anxious, out-of-sync with the mainstream world, overwhelmed by outside stimulation, or that your gifts are undervalued by society and your peers, then Courtney Marchesani is your champion! In her extraordinary new book from Hay House, Four Gifts of the Highly Sensitive: Embrace the Science of

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Talk Show Carry On Harry : California Singer Songwriter Music Performer Brigitte Purdy 

Born and raised in Los Angeles at very young age , Brigitte Purdy has expressed the great desire to become a singer, with a particular inclination to soul, blues and R&B. It didn’t take too long for the American singer and songwriter, to expand her fan base internationally through her passion for music.

California Singer Songwriter Music Performer Brigitte Purdy Her have the ability to sing is something that many of us are naturally gifted from a very early age. Very few individuals, though, are able to connect such ability to their own emotions and translate them into singing and songwriting.  Brigitte Rios Purdy has felt that need to sing about her own inner feelings and emotions since she was a child. Born and raised in Los Angeles Brigitte Purdy has soon expressed the great desire to become a singer, with a particular inclination to soul, blues and R&B. It didn’t take too long for the American singer and songwriter, thanks to her pure and silky singing voice, to be noted and asked to perform on the same stage with artists like Walter Trout, Sugaray Rayford, Tim Bogart Dionne Warwick, and Dolly Parton amongst others. Singing background vocals for such artists as The Who and Paul Rodgers. 

Once the ice of the music business was broken, Brigitte Rios Purdy’s next step into connecting completely with music at 360 degrees was starting to write her own songs. Her profound, love and admiration for the late great B.B. King pushed the American artist to compose her very first song called Lucille, Don’t You Weep, a blues ballad with clear references to King’s most favorite guitar and the intensity of the sound coming from one of the most famous blues guitars of all time.

Here we have an exclusive

Talk Session on CarryOnHarry Talk Show with Studio Host , Harry Johal.

from California Singer Songwriter Music Performer Brigitte Purdy 

Carry On Harry Studio

 

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