Vanessa Renée
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The best kept secret in music

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"Vanessa Renee performance"

“With soaring vocals and melodic keyboard, Vanessa Renée blew away the crowd at Little River Band’s show here, and since has become a popular staple” - The Handlebar Listening Room


"Vanessa Renee- New Album"

Amazing voice and beautiful acoustic oriented instrumentation blends into a pop (with a jazzy edge) gem" - Horizon Records


"Vanessa Renee, Stones"

“Vanessa Renée recalls Tori Amos and Kate Bush in her own vocal-oriented piano song. You can hear her rich trove of song on Stones (Rising Siren Records)” - Woman Rock


"Vanessa Renee performance"

“Imagine The Handlebar transformed into the set of "Ally McBeal," and we have our very own piano-playing singer” - The Handlebar Listening Room


"Vanessa Renee Spotlight"

“Vanessa Renée has a soft soothing voice and plays piano beautifully. The songs are peaceful, yet powerful” - Collected Sounds


"Vanessa Renee Artist"

“At last someone comes along to breathe new life into an otherwise stale music industry. Her sound as big as a rainbow and sharp as a sword… Vanessa’s songwriting talent is surpassed by no one” - Funky Rock News


"Vanessa Renee Artist"

“Vanessa puts art back into music, very refreshing” - Regent University


"Vanessa Renee Artist"

“There is a real depth to Vanessa’s music and lyrics – each has several layers that can only be appreciated and recognized after several listens” - Frank Rasenberger


Discography

Stones (2001 Rising Siren Records)
Stay (2004 Rising Siren Records)
Singles- "Candy", "Free", "Elements"

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"Amazing voice and beautiful acoustic oriented instrumentation blends into a pop (with a jazzy edge) gem" -Horizon Records

Life for an artist is hard enough. But what happens when you actually get what you want? For Vanessa Renée this is a big question.

In her new pop/jazz piano based release, “Stay”, Vanessa addresses the question of the elation, security, emotion and pure indescribable happiness of the time when you are in love. It is a time when you are lost in the thoughts of the moment and the other person, when nothing else seems to matter.

For example, in featured jazzy songs such as “This Life” and “You plus Me”, Vanessa sings about the pieces of ordinary days and of the safe, secure feelings being in love gives you. She poetically describes the thoughts that accompany those feelings; that nothing in the world can affect you and that you can have all you hope and dream for.

However, as we go through the journey of life we don't always realize we have something good until it is gone. The message in the ethereal pop song “Fall”, reminds us that sometimes coming back to the same person is a good thing. You can look everywhere and hope to find true love only to discover you already had it in the one person you can easily find. The title song “Stay” follows a similar theme, simply stating that eventually you get tired of playing love games, let your guard down and let the evitable happen.

While most artists dwell on the bad end of relationships or ricochet from one to another, Vanessa Renée reminds us of a valuable lesson. When we finally find the love we have been so desperately looking for, enjoy and appreciate all that it brings.