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Sheila Ann Smith

Sheila Ann Smith

Christian/Gospel / Worship / Contemporary / Easy Listening / Flavor of Bluesy Jazz Calgary, AB, CA  CA
Ribbon 50% of sales go to the charity CARE.
My Dream Has Wings
My Dream Has Wings
Ain't No Doubt
Ain't No Doubt
Callin' Jesus
Callin' Jesus
Listos (Spanish)
Listos (Spanish)


Callin' Jesus - Sheila Ann Smith



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  • Owen Diamond (Artist)
    Owen Diamond
    Hi there!! You have lots of fantastic stuff here! I am impressed!! Would you mind listening to my music and tell me what you think? Thank you so much and have a lov...
  • Maria DiDonato (Artist)
    Maria DiDonato
    Really enjoyed Ain't No Doubt About It.
  • Veronica G. Agyemang (Artist)
    Veronica G. Agyemang
    Love your sound! Powerful! God bless you.
  • Joe Basquez (Artist)
    Joe Basquez
    Wonderful voice!! Keep the music flowing!!
  • Angels of Fear (Artist)
    Angels of Fear
    YOU ROCK ! ~ Angels of Fear ~ Have a great day !
  • ANIMA 81 (Artist)
    ANIMA 81
    Very Nice Music. Excellent Voice. Greeting From South France. Cheers



Sounds Like: Paul Baloche, Diana Krall, Norah Jones, Sarah Bareilles, Brooke Fraser

Label: Independant

Manager: Time & Treasures

Bio: There is a different kind of music that comes from experiencing sorrow. It has a depth of meaning and purpose that touches the heart far beyond the surface. Sheila has walked through a personal battle with leukemia as well as struggled through difficult events requiring much forgiveness. Through ...See Full Bio

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Twitter_icon_for_status: Courage! Don't be timid; don't hold back! 1Chron 22:13 MSG



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Q: What comes first, the music or the lyrics?

A: For me they often come together - a lyric line possiblity with a melody possibility. Then I work on crafting the song lyrically and musically, changing things and shaping it like a painting or a scultpture - a work in progress.

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