LACY TEAMS UP WITH YOUTUBE NASHVILLE & SONG SUFFRAGETTES

Lacy was recently invited to Black River Entertainment to take part in a Youtube Nashville event with the female songwriting co-op, Song Suffragettes. Fifteen girls were invited to the event, divided into groups of three and tasked with writing a song and then performing it for a live audience all in just three hours. Check out the video below of "Nothing New" written by Lacy, Kalie Shorr, and Emily Landis. Then scroll down to view behind the scenes footage for an inside look as to how the song came to life!


 

 

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  • Clay

    Clay USA

    Music can definitely change your mood. It's been proven by scientific studies that listening to classical music can make you more intelligent (presumably, it makes you more focused) and listening to metal music is either supposed to make you more or less so (results have conflicted, it just depends on the person basically). [url=https://rospher.com/article/Personal-Statement-Writing/]rospher[/url] So yes, music can change your mood and state of mind - the same as being with certain people can change them.

    Music can definitely change your mood. It's been proven by scientific studies that listening to classical music can make you more intelligent (presumably, it makes you more focused) and listening to metal music is either supposed to make you more or less so (results have conflicted, it just depends on the person basically). rospher So yes, music can change your mood and state of mind - the same as being with certain people can change them.

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