Marge Loveday
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Marge Loveday

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"Best Female Vocalist"

When asked how she felt about being named the "Valley Planet's Best of 2005," Marge Loveday smiled shyly and said, "I don't know...I would have picked someone else." She was obviously honored but I had to pry deeper into that answer; I just had to know who this incredible musician and vocalist could have possibly thought deserved the title more than herself. She simply replied "anybody but me." Marge -- I must admit that your modesty made you even more admirable, but sorry ...I am going to have to agree with the voters on this one.

Marge Loveday's introduction to music came at the young age of eight when her grandmother bought a small organ from a yard sale. Marge's mother came home later to find her playing the newly purchased instrument along with the radio. That's right ladies and gentlemen; she's one of those naturals...the type of person that makes the musically challenged like myself just a little jealous.

It's that natural, effortless ability that makes her a breath of fresh air for those who just want to relax with a cup of coffee or a beer after a long day. I first saw Marge Loveday after one of those particular days. The last thing I was looking for on that night was a loud, crowded bar where I couldn't hear myself think much less carry on a conversation with the person next to me. I was pleasantly surprised to not only be able to have that conversation but also enjoy a soothing voice in the background singing and playing the songs I know and love. The songs I consider the long lost good ones...the ones I rarely hear in the bar scene these days.

It didn't surprise me to hear Marge say that two of her "musical inspirations" are Tori Amos and Elton John who she plays quite a bit of in her set. She says she likes covering male artists because it "comes across differently when a female sings the song." In fear of getting stuck in a dreaded musical "rut", Marge tends to lean toward artists that aren't so mainstream. So, if you have yet to discover this musical treat that Huntsville has to offer and want to escape from the hustle and bustle of loud bars and the sometimes hum-drum radio, look for Marge at two of her favorite places to play in Huntsville - the Corner and the Kaffee Klatsch. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.

- Valley Planet


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