Though, after a tragic murder ending her life, Selena will always be remembered as the first successful female Tejano singer. It all started when Selena sang the song “Blue Moon” in front of her father. Abraham, her father, instantly knew that she had talent. Taking ahold of this opportunity, he created a band consisting of Selena, Suzette (his other daughter), and A.B. (his son). Selena y los Dinos started by playing in a restaurant that their father opened up.
before they did awards because they played songs well teams got ready and one of the songs was Hit The Quan. Then every cheer team there started doing the Hit The Quan dance. Then they started the awards. They read off by last place first so after they knew they were in top two the team was so happy, then when they said that Synergy got first place they went bazerk. It was insane how crazy the crowd got and how loud the chee team was.
Ever since then Selena has been performing in front of crowds. The first time she performed in her parents restaurant she knew that’s what she was born to do. Selena started small just like most popular musicians do. She and her siblings played their songs at state fairs
Even though Selena died young she still had a memorable life. First and foremost, Selena had a lot of ups and downs in her personal life. Selena met her husband when he got the job as her lead guitarist. When they started dating her dad was not gonna have it and fired Chris. The happy couple was not gonna let Selena’s dad get in the way so they decided to get married behind his back.
Paislee 's pov I allowed my body to flow effortlessly as I was very closely surrounded by all of my friends and quiet a few people I barely even knew. We had been dancing at my sweet 16 as I began to lose all track of time. I was wearing the dress I had picked out a week before with my nude heals and I felt beautiful.
Between all the jumping and belting lyrics, I was completely exhausted, though still jittery from the adrenaline. I was left with the feeling of craving for more live performances by Twenty One Pilots, and hoped that I could go to more concerts in the future. After this summer experience, I have realized that music is something that every person should treasure, no matter their personality. Music is significant in many parts of one’s life, from birth to death.
In Chapter 19 when Beah goes to the pub we are shown the first glimpse of music in the community after the war. Beah even meets a girl named Zainab, but is not able to continue their relationship as she would, "ask to many questions." (Beah 184). And finally during Beah's trip to New York City for the UN conference, Beah and fifty six other children, "[sang] a chant [they] had come up with, they [they] [sang]; [they] then cried...laughed... [and] danced."
As I was reading the autobiography “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” by Maya Angelou in an archetypal perspective, I realized the story actually really resembles an archetypal plot. Marguerite starts off as an innocent young child and therefore representing the ‘child’ archetype. Marguerite is often singled out and made fun of, but Bailey, her older brother, sticks up for her no matter what making him the ‘hero’ of the story. Although he’s the complete opposite as he’s outgoing, sporty, and loved by all, the two siblings are still very close. The two live in Stamps,Arkansas with their Momma (who’s actually their grandmother) who represents the ‘mentor’ archetype with her wisdom and love for the children.
It was her first time when my beautiful daughter attended a homecoming dance! Although, this was taken last Saturday, October 3, I finally got some photos. She looks so radiant! I think, I was misty-eyed when she left that night! She had so much fun that she forgot to send me a copy of these photos.
There is hardly any birthday songs when I think about I, I only know of 2 songs. There are many wedding songs because the artist probably got married and was so happy that he or she wanted to write a song of their personal thoughts on what was probably a great memory. Songs about quinceneras usually say stuff about how their little girl has grown to a young woman and that the parents couldn’t be more proud of their child. Songs about funerals say how important the person was amazing and that they will be missed by many but hope they lived a happy life and that they wish for a peaceful rest, while family and friends will celebrate that the person is now in a better person and what an impact the person made in all of their family and friend’s life. I use my music most of the times when it is too noisy and I need to my homework, and to concentrate, I use it sometimes just to think about how my life is going , how things could be different, how it could be better, or could be worse.
I was five years old, nervous, excited and just about as anxious as one could be as I stood front and center on the stage. The lights cut on, the music started and I gave the biggest smile I was able to deliver to the audience; it was my time to shine. That was the moment I realized I wanted to dance for the rest of my life. Dance defines me; it is the only thing that truly describes each and every aspect of my life. Every time I step onto a stage, I feel free, I feel independent, and most importantly, I feel myself.
Wouldn 't be amazing to be a great Reality TV star?A Fabulous dancer that has won many awards?A fashion designer ,and a model?Along with dealing with crazy moms,competitive competitions,and training with the crazy Abby Lee Miller herself! It would be crazy,fun, but lots of hard work. However,16 year old Kalani Hilliker has it all! [Famous Birthdays.com] She should win Junior Dancer of the Year.
Patsy Cline, born as Virginia Patterson Hensley, was an amazing woman with great talents. She was born in Winchester, Virginia on September 8th, 1932. Patsy started playing the piano when she was 8 but didn 't start singing till she was in her teens. When she was 15 her parents divorced and her dad started drinking heavily. Her father was no longer around for her anymore but her mother was.
The Dumas were given so much kindness and were accepted so quickly in those two short years that they were in America. They were highly thought of in their community that they didn’t want to go back to their homeland of Iran after their two-year were up. They didn’t know when they were going to come back, the girl even said so herself, “I didn’t know then that indeed be returning to America about two years later” (Dumas, 16).All that the girl knew was that everyone was upset that she was leaving.
My row was the first to walk up, so that was a little nerve racking. When I heard the piano play our first song, my least favorite, was when I really felt the pressure. When I sung my first words and realized that everyone else was singing it wasn’t bad at all, I kind of enjoyed it. The other 3 songs were some of my favorites, so I enjoyed singing them. The last song gave me goosebumps once I heard everyone singing.