Want to write and record a song? Don’t think you have the necessary equipment to make it happen? Well, if you have a computer, headphones and something like Skype I can actually help you write and record your own song. Most people believe that you have to spend a lot of money and go into a major studio just to put it all together. I am telling you that if you have lyrics (and a melody line would also help) I can produce your song for you professionally over the internet (the way you want) with all instrumentation needed, and the best part of this is that you won’t ever need to leave the comfort of your own home to do it. If you don’t have a singer for your tune, I have plenty that can be used, or if you prefer to sing your song personally that can be accomplished as well. A LOT of people have talent, but are afraid to use it because they are fearful of failure or they believe that you have to travel to some big name city just to put a song together. All you need to do is contact me at Brettjolly@aol.com and we can discuss how to make this happen. You can also do jingles, audio commercials, voiceovers and personalized messages put to music. Also a lot of people are misled into thinking that this will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to make this happen. Actually, making this happen is “very” affordable, and you will find out when we discuss details. The “only” difference between you and Beyonce just might be the fact that she has recorded material and you do “not.” You now have the power to “change all of that.” Do you need to be as great a singer as her? The careers of Brittney Spears and Rihanna should give you a real good indication as to how talented you need to be in this business.”The world is yours” and if you want to make it in “this” business you “absolutely” need to have a “package.” Don’t let excuses stop you from reaching your destiny. Email me at Brettjolly@aol.com and allow me to launch your career. Thank you and as always, I wish you the very best that life has to offer today.
Olivia Newton John, Brett Jolly and musical director Amy Skyy before a concert together