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Song Review: If This Is All There Is
Reviewer: Rob Lawson - Radio Airplay -
Overall Impression: Kelli Brogan displays her powerhouse of a voice in If This Is All There Is, supported by gorgeous instrumentals, mirroring her energy and direction magnificently throughout the tune. With an overall tone that emulates a culminating moment of realization of dissipating love and growing apart, Kelli Brogan delivers the story effectively, full of soul and passion, only adding to the authenticity and realism of the lyrics. This power ballad echoes the style and performance of artists like Celine Dion and Christina Aguilera, but Kelli Brogan brings her own unique quality and personality that is sure to set her apart.
Strongest Point(s): The vocal range, in terms of dynamics, strength, tessitura, displayed by Kelli Brogan is phenomenal; she sings so softly and vulnerably, and also with the power of modern prima donnas. The songwriting is also terrific, following a form that is familiar, and riding right along with the feel provided. The instrumentals again outline and support the vocal line, providing extra power where necessary and delicately cradles the vulnerable voice parts. The mix is really well balanced as to not overpower the voice, nor separate the instrumentals from the vocals, but working together to create a well oiled musical machine of a power ballad.
Target Audience Appeal: This song has a wide range of audience appeal, including fans of pop, today's hits, power ballads, and show singers. This tune would make a great stage performance, and would accompany many sorts of screen media well, including films, indie productions, dance productions, tv, and even ads and social media promotions.
Similar artists: Kelli Brogan has a unique voice that, although may be comparable to other artists, is entirely her own. It is important to have influences, but it is also important to remember your voice is most important in shaping your musical future and success. Kelli Brogan, Carrie Underwood, Celine Dion, Christina Aguilera, Faith Hill, Jennifer Nettles, Katy Perry, Keith Urban, Kelly Clarkson, Reba McEntire, Shania Twain, Sugarland, Tim McGraw, Trisha Yearwood, Whitney Houston
Song Review: The Woman I Was
Reviewer: Brooke Nilsson - Radio Airplay
Overall Impression: Kelli Brogan has written a fun and energetic song that is very versatile when it comes to genres. There are several influences from several genres, which makes this song unique and keeps the listener on their toes. Kelli Brogan has a beautiful voice and I can tell that she enjoys making music through her singing! The instrumentation throughout the song are all really well executed. Overall, this is a fun head-bopper for sure!
Strongest Point(s): The Woman I Was has many great musical aspects about it, including creative lyrics, an awesome vocal track, influences from several genres, and overall sublime instrumentation throughout. The intro of the song is very funky and engaging, as it pulls the audience in! The trumpet interjections pull from a jazz influence, and the the organ pulls from Gospel influences, and the electric guitar pulls from Rock influences. This is a really fun song to sing along with, and is very creative! Great job!
Target Audience Appeal: Listeners who enjoy Pop, Gospel, Jazz, Rock, Funk, and similar genres would enjoy this song, as this song has influences from those specific genres. Get your music on as many platforms and streaming services as you can in order to expand your audience.
Similar Artists: Carrie Underwood, Celine Dion, Faith Hill, Katy Perry, Keith Urban, Kelly Clarkson, Reba McEntire, Shania Twain, Sugarland, Tim McGraw, Trisha Yearwood, Whitney Houston, Miranda Lambert, Davie Nail, Jamie O'Neal, Jana Kramer, Kellie Pickler, Lady Antebellum
EP Kelli Brogan – The Woman I Was (Review)
Ultimate pop hooks, with a lot of heart.
“The Woman I Was” is a brand new album by singer and songwriter Kelli Brogan. She has a strong and emotional voice, which suits her catchy pop hooks and unique dynamics. Kelli has a unique way to combine personal lyrics with relatable content. In a way, her songs are very intimate, speaking about the artist’s own experiences through life. On the other hand, she also knowns how to spin the context of her lyrics, in such a way that every listener can seamlessly identify with the message behind the music. This is one of the components that make music great and unforgettable. When listeners can feel a connection, they don’t forget about a track easily! In addition to that, Kelli’s hooks are absolutely irresistible, making for a very lush, big and wide-open tone.
When you combine such natural talent with a set of groundbreaking production aesthetics, you just can’t go wrong. This release is here to stay and make its way onto many playlists!
Do not miss out on “The Woman I Was,” which is currently available on Spotify.
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