‘Seven’ is like my own story. Yea, I claim it for my own. Maybe it’s that tortured feeling of a love that is unobtainable. I listen to it over and over swimming through the melodies of my loves tortured, forbidden story. I see his eyes staring through me for the first time. The excitement in his voice lingers as he tells me he can’t wait to see me and later as he confesses he loves me. The strained confession that he is going to marry another brings ‘haunting memories’. ‘and all at once I remember why it’s been so long. I can’t seem to shake this feeling, there is no resolve.’
‘and all at once I remember why I stay away I can’t seem to forget’
I suppose we all have those songs that unlock our own little stories. ‘Seven’ is mine. ~Christine
"My friends and I attended a show by chance, and I’m so GLAD we went! You guys were amazing! I felt this sense of power, seeing a female on stage, little and blonde like myself but taking charge of everything. We need more of that in the world."
"Music is what makes my world turn. Without it, I wouldn’t have air in my lungs. I thank God every day that I have the opportunity to be a part of any kind of music; a listener, a writer, a performer. Those notes on a page jump off and are no longer just notes, those words are no longer just words but raw emotion… and together it’s just incredible. I can get lost in almost any song, if I let myself. I can close my eyes, forget about what’s happening in my life, in the world, and be in the moment. ONLY the moment. It’s a gift, music is. And I am so THANKFUL."
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"I wear black. Lots of black. And I typically like heavy music, something that has a lot of guitars and a driving beat. But I like you guys. Maybe it’s the lyrics, maybe it’s the fact that a girl is singing, or the fact that the songs are driven home by a force unknown to man. Either way, I like Story and The Strangers. You make me feel something, and that is hard to do.”