Stacye Branche's Wonderful Music

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“If I were President I would bring the troops home, I would deal with our hunger problem and I would help all of those affected by hurricane Katrina.�

 

(Stacye's third CD is due next year).

Where She’s From: Stacye was born in Los Angeles and notes that “The most important thing I learned from my parents was independence.� She took that lesson to heart, scoring her first record deal right out of High School in LA. Stacye describes her music as "Alternative Soul" which is a combination of R&B, Pop & Jazz.

Where She’s At: Stacye is always learning –and shouldn’t we all— and says her music career is “in the growing stages.� She adds: “My career will go where God wants it to go. I just hope to continue to be inspired and to be able to make music people will enjoy. I am proud of all of the many things I have been blessed to be able to accomplish.�
 
Where She’s Heading: “Look and talent are only going to take you so far. It is the knowledge that gets you to the finish line,� Stacye advises. “I would think that knowledge of whatever it is you choose to pursue is always going to give you an advantage.� She adds, “I Hope to release my third CD, The Evolution To Living in Truth, in 2007.�

Words Of Wisdom: "Be the best you can be."

Stacye’s Secrets Of Success: “Always being myself, and standing for what I believe in.�

Stacye’s Favorite Three Movies: "Auntie Mame," "Dogma," and "Boomerang."

Stacye’s Favorite Three Books: "The writings of Florence Scovel Shinn," "Conversations with God Book 2," and Choose To Be Happy."

First Three Stacye Would Do As U.S. President: “If I were President I would bring the troops home, I would deal with our hunger problem and I would help all of those affected by hurricane Katrina.�
 
To find out more about Stacye and her music please visit MySpace.com/StacyeBranche or her web site, StacyeBranche.com


 

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