Beth Snapp | That Girl in the Magazine

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That Girl in the Magazine

by Beth Snapp

This soulful singer/songwriter's debut album has a little something for everyone. Jazzy, Americana, Hip, Cool, with numerous special guests and surprises. Her songwriting is mesmerizing and her vocal is soothing to the soul.
Genre: Easy Listening: Vocal Pop
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1. Willing to Settle
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2. What I Always Wanted
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3. That Can't Be Me
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4. Just in Case
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5. Not That Kind
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6. The Hymn Song (feat. Blue Highway)
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7. Double Yellow Line
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8. Is She Lonely
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9. Something Tells Me
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10. I'm Just Fine
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11. Fear of Falling
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12. Birdie Can Sing (feat. Dave Eggar)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Beth Snapp's debut album "That Girl In The Magazine" showcases her vocal and songwriting skills to the maximum. Each song is well crafted to give the listener the experience of being inside her head when she wrote it.

The album is full of special guest such as Grammy nominated Blue Highway, Tim Stafford, Shawn Lane, Rob Ickes, Jason Burleson, Wayne Taylor, cellist Dave Eggar, John Gardner, Ron Stewart, Trey Hensley, Jason Lloyd, Jay Farmer, Rick Anderson, Daniel Marcum, as well as bandmate Todd Meade and producer Bobby Starnes.

Beth's unique writing skill is the center of attention. Her writing technique has been compared to Paul Simon, James Taylor, Amos Lee, with a touch of Ben Harper and Nora Jones. Her ability to put the listener into the situation of the song is truly remarkable.

Her smooth vocal delivery and her well crafted melodies combine together to remind the listener that this "Girl In The Magazine" has that "it" factor for sure!


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Cynthia

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I love Beth Snapp! My husband and I attended her CD release concert at The Down Home in Johnson City, TN this evening - incredible! Her voice is mesmerizing, the songs she wrote touch you, and her band is so great! We bought CDs for ourselves and to give as gifts - buy this CD - you won't regret it! It's hard to say which is my favorite track - really love them all....but if I had to pick.....hmmmmm - I guess it would be "Birdie Can Sing" - but, listen to all of them - it'll just make you feel good.