Fairy Tales and the Death of Innocence
Do you enjoy song writing which has instant appeal, yet which, on closer inspection, reveals a rich tapestry of multiple meaning to different people? Do you appreciate an artist who is both beautiful and intelligent; who has freshness of youth, as well as depth of varied life experiences; who is riveting to watch on stage, and wonderful to listen to at home? All this and much more is to be found in the music and person of the eminently watchable Michaela Foster Marsh. The Scots born singer song writer has been consistently creative in her urge to explore the mysteries of this life in ways that others can share. Remarkably, she is entirely self taught. The inspiration for many of her songs derives from sources that touch the nerve of recognition in every heart and soul which has "been there" - love, loss, longing and raw passion, tragedy and ecstasy, the highs and lows of the human condition are addressed and explored with detailed attention. Her voice is full of expressive emotional power which she is capable of varying with great subtlety in tone and texture, and her singing enthralls and surprises time and again, as she grapples with these great themes. What is wonderful and different about all this, is that the end results do not speak only of negativity or destruction, but are permeated with qualities such as hope, faith and joy. Yes, there is darkness, but it does not overcome the light. There is a powerful affirmation of survival and triumph over adversity which has the potential to assist others back from the brink also. These qualities make Foster Marsh stand out from the crowd. They pertinently gave rise to her involvement with the Monaco Film Festival Angel Awards at which she was a glamorous and able Ambassador. Subsequently, she was twice invited to perform her songs at the Cannes Film Festival, and a private lunch was held there in her honour. Her songwriting shows an impressive variety of styles which potentially cover a wide range of musical appetites. It is eclectic and increasingly commercial. "Fairy Tales and the Death of Innocence" was Michaela's debut album. It catapulted her career as a singer songwriter and is considered one of her finest! It's thematic, dramatic music and lyrics caught the attention of film and TV producers. The album includes the spiritual anthem, 'Fallen Angel' from the hit TV show Dawson's Creek, and 'Naked in the Water' heard in the TV movie, 'The Mathew Shepard Story'. This artist's music will richly reward the listener. And no one who goes to see Michaela Foster Marsh in concert could ever be disappointed.