The Sum of All Things

Genevieve

Touching upon the highs and lows we face navigating our place in the world, with vocals that blend Brandi Carlile power with Dolly Parton bittersweet and Belle pureness, The Sum of All Things is timeless, simultaneously inspiring, seductive, and heartbreaking.

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Genevieve

More bite, more brass, and more balls than your average singer-songwriter, with a bit of sweet innocence tucked under the covers.

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This Little Thing Called Life

Genevieve

the style is eclective-emotive, blending elements of folk, pop, world, electronica, country and soul and hits you right in the heart. lyrically moving and smart, vocally smooth and versatile, melodically intricate and catchy.

REVIEWS

" This Little Thing Called Life " Genre: pop REVIEW by Annette Warner, GoGirls I was immediately enamored by the beautiful tone of Genevieve’s vocals which were expressed clearly and maintained a delicate and melodically passionate expression throughout the project. This entire CD is a fine example of what happens when music knows its place mixed with some extraordinary pipes. Great music! A wonderful mood was captured in listening. Recommended highly, for anyone that enjoys reflective, classy and timeless music.

REVIEW, J-Sin, Smother Magazine I’ll tell what can’t ever be called a “little thing”—Genevieve’s voice. Her voice is the cornerstone from which she builds off tremendous songwriting. The sound is a bit of contemporary pop mixed in with roots folk and piano ballads. Most singer/songwriters wish they had half this much talent. If she’s not signed to a major label deal with this demo, then I give up on the mainstream industry.

REVIEW by Amy Lotsberg, Producer of Collected Sounds It seems I've gotten a lot of CDs lately that are AAA and like I said in a previous review, because the market for this style is so saturated, you have to have something to offer that makes you different from the rest. I think Genevieve has this. Though I can't really put my finger on what exactly "it" is. But she does not sound like anyone else that I can think of. The style is similar to other artists, but her voice is pretty unique...and pretty, well, pretty.

"Lead me Home" is quite catchy and has a tiny touch of a Celtic feel in the chorus which is appealing to me. Very lovely. "My Albatross" showcases of the strength in her vocals. On "So Good For Me" Genevieve really lets her hair down and shows her sexy sultry side.

If you like music that focuses on the singer and lyrics check this out.

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