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Julia St.louis - WE CAN / Bio

WE CAN is the title of Julia St Louis's new album (unlabeled). Julia St. Louis was born in Preston, England where she began singing as a child in the church choir. She's been living in Italy for some years. Having appeared in various musical productions, she's collaborated with numerous artists such as Laura Pausini, Elisa, Antonello Venditti, Andrea Mingardi with the Blues Brother's Band, Double You, Paolo Meneguzzi, Luca de Risio, The Harlem Gospel Choir and many others. WE CAN is Julia St Louis's first album, which includes eleven original songs written with guitar player Emilio Foglio who is also the arranger and artistic producer (Ronnie Jones, Seven40, Steve Lukather, Billy Cobham, Bill Evans, Fabrizio Bosso and many others). All songs clearly reflect an atmosphere of verve and enthusiasm. From the musical compositions right up to the final realization in studio with a group of Italian musicians. The result is a lively and refreshing album that moves from funky soul with a tinge of R&B, to tunes which appeal to those who enjoy pop music. Julia's voice, like Julia is smooth, versatile and velvety. All of the songs are intentionally structured to emphasise these vocal qualities. The lyrics talk about love (I Appreciate You), hope (If I Could), dreams (Dreams Alive) and the sensations of a person facing life's contradictions (Plastic People) with determination. Knowing that everything comes from the inside (We Can), and that we should live every moment to the full, because every moment is precious (Life's 2 Short).
- For licensing and info write to juliaproject@yahoo.it -

General Info

Band Members
Lead Vocals & Backing Julia St.Louis Guitars and Programming Emilio Foglio Drums Diego Corradin Bass Marco Mangelli Piano and Keyboards Andrea Pollione
Artist Name
Julia St.louis - WE CAN
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/juliastlouiswecan
Genres
R&B/Soul / Power Pop

Contact Info

Location
Milano, MI, IT

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