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Tara Elisha / Press

"A dynamic, dreamy intro quickly pulls the listener into the music. Passionate, steamy vocals made me want to keep listening. I enjoyed that you could actually understand all the lyrics, which helps maintain the intensity of the song."

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"The song starts off with a low tune and then increases into an awesome rock beat! Then the tune lowers as the vocals come in. I love female rock singers and this artist is no exception! She has a pretty awesome tone in her voice! She is competent and definitely has skill!"

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"This has a great melody. her voice had great pitch and consistency. the lyrics are haunting and really flow well. the music blends well and adds a great accompaniment to the vocals. well rehearsed and comes out great. this song could def be heard on the major stations."

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"Wow...Very nice sound! Very classic rock sound. You have an incredible female rock voice. I believe you possess clear cut radio sound. Would really like to listen to an entire album of this band. Great song. You are like the lost Pat Benatar that we deeply miss! Incredible voice and the band is solid. Rock on!"

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"I really enjoyed the guitar licks in the introduction. Her voice is beautiful and in tune. The lyrics are intoxicating--this is the kind of song that should be used in a movie about a teenager's first love or something. It reminds me of one of my favorite love stories. The electric guitar really complements her voice."

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"I LOVE the riff used in this song, very original and simply beautiful. This song is very much inspired by rock music, I can hear that. I expected a man to be singing but when a woman started singing I was surprised, In a good way! There's not enough woman singing rock music and it's good to hear more. This song reminds me of evanescence, I think the singer has a tone like Amy Lee's to her voice. Especially in the chorus when she uses her head voice, I can hear a lot of Amy Lee in her. I think this is a good rock song and I can't think of much I'd improve on it! I'd recommend this to any rock fan out there!"

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“Alt-Rock Singer, Tara Elisha, interviewed on SoundCrave Magazine!”

“Tara Elisha performs for live television on Fox 4 News!”