Esther Grondahl
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Esther Grondahl

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The best kept secret in music



Your songs are great and speak from the heart. I'm so glad you're pursuing your dreams.
-Amber from Clearwater, FL

Hi Esther...I listened to your music and its have a true gift...keep it up and keep pursuing it further...
-Mia from Newark, CA

I love your voice too. So much strength & passion.
-Larra Skye, a Jazz artist from Toronto, Canada

I have listened to your songs, I think they sound great. You have a real pure sound. It's comforting to know there are still some real artists out there. Keep up the great work!
-Iva from StudioWest, San Diego's Premier Recording Studio

There's a real purity and honesty in your songs and your voice that is a breath of fresh air... Best of luck with your music and thanks for listening to mine...
-Jeff Jacobson, Acoustic/Folk Rock artist from New York, NY

- Fan Reviews


She has 4 original songs that are currently streaming on internet radio sites:

1) Amazed
2) You Stood By Me
3) Your Smile
4) I Need Your Love

Here are the sites they are featured on:
Her songs are being played on 31 stations from Internet Artist's Company. They have been moving up in the ranking system quickly. She is currently ranked # 4 in Easy Listening/Slow Rock Category.
She has been featured on 6 podcasts from this network.
She has had over 7,300 plays on after being a member for just a few months.

She previously has released a Maxi Single under the name "Star" entitled, "Could This Be Real?" It was a dance single that was played in clubs and on the radio. It was released as a CD and on vinyl in 2001. She did not sign the contract to become an artist.

She sold one song entitled "Dreamscape" to a record label that was released on a compilation 2 CD set as well as on vinyl, from Nebulous Records, Millenium in 2002.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Esther Grondahl has a pure, rich, colorful voice, comprised of all of the elements that you love in a true singer, yet she is down to earth. Esther is starting to get noticed by industry professionals. She performed at the Music Law Conference Meet and Greet in Gainesville, FL this past Feb.

Grondahl grew up in West Palm Beach, FL and started studying voice in high school. Her voice teacher at the time told her that it was more important to sing beautifully than to sing loud. She then moved to Tampa, FL to get her degree in Music Education. As an Elementary school music teacher, her true character is revealed. She loves the children that she teaches and they are lucky to have her as well. She truly enjoys people and the effect her music has on them. Her goal is to connect with people using her voice and songs.

To describe her voice in one word, it's magnetic. She sings in an utterly beautiful, passionate and soulful way. The lyrics of each song are sincere, moving, true life experiences, of which she is open about. She's not trying to market a pretty package and a perfect image. She is real and her recordings are done in one take. Nothing is fixed or made to appear better that reality. It is refreshing that she does not fit in any mold. She is vulnerable and puts everything on the table. Each song is meant to bring you to another place, even momentarily. She pours herself out, and the effect is a genuine honesty. Since Esther has had classical training, she has the control of a classical singer with the heart of a true Songwriter.

Esther believes that radio today is in need of change. In order for an artist to have a song on the radio, they have to have up to a million dollars to pay for airtime. They have to have investors, a big label backing them up and have to change themselves to please producers. Esther is familiar with this, because she turned down a record deal a few years back because she wasn't willing to trade in her creativity or herself. Her ballads are longer than usual, not fitting into the 3 � minute mold of the radio. She is encouraged by internet radio and podcasting because it allows independent artists to have exposure.

Esther is motivated by her passion for singing and giving of herself. She simply wants to put herself out there and if people are drawn to her, that is their decision, and a smart on at that. She feels that people are more intelligent then radio gives them credit for. People would like diversity in the music they listen to. She just wants the public to be exposed to something different and unique; herself.