Lessons in Life & Love
Tis the season of Private parties!!! Nothing like a group of your friends gathering together on a summer evening listening to some chick play guitar while drinking cool refreshing adult beverages. If you have an event you would like to celebrate with some live music- have I got some ideas for you. Drop me an email to talk about dates and pricing. Let's stay in touch. If you would like to get concert announcements, mindless dribbles and various pearls of wisdom, join my email list. Just send an email to my email listed to the left with something in the subject line referring to Join or subscribe, or yes, I can't get enough of you! Should you ever want to unsubscribe from the list, send another email saying I have had enough, or unsubscribe. Ginny Wilder's songs are good stories set to music. 'Lessons in Life and Love' is a blend of original folk music, a little country and a little splash of rock and roll. Ginny has an uncanny ability to strike a nerve or heart -string in the listener to the point of moving them through each emotion the song is conveying. Her 3rd CD, 'Lessons in Life and Love' is a collection of such stories ranging from sweet and simple with 'Little Boy, Little Girl' to the complexities of post break-up realities in 'Hit or Miss'. Life and love are always the basis for any story- whether it is yours or someone else's. Ginny has been compared to Natalie Merchant, Tracy Chapman, Toni Childs and Catie Curtis. Her performance is graceful letting the song take center stage and inviting her listeners to think, hear, feel and enjoy. Ginny's stage presence and delivery is always geared towards the audience, playing with their emotions and leaving them wanting more. With a mixture of stories, songs and laughter, Ginny Wilder delivers a night to remember and a song to go home thinking about. Lessons in Life and Love combines the musical expertise of Fran McKendree as producer and some very talented and gifted musicians to offer up a CD that will satisfy the listener. This is by far the best Ginny has ever sounded and a sign of things to come.