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Miranda Finn sings Music for a Cause

Miranda Finn is proof that when it comes to dreamin’, you’ve gotta go big. This weekend, the singer/songwriter will perform at the Music for a Cause festival...
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Hey girl,

Thanks so much for posting about your concerns. You should always feel free to write to us with stuff like this - we have lots of mods working to keep the site welcoming and fun, but sometimes things can slip through the cracks. We've been on the lookout for this user for a while now and I'll forward your message to our web editors, who can make a final decision about what to do with her <3
Lauren C.

by New_York_City on 5/17/2012 11:54:31 PM

 
 



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A lot of people tell me that I'm a really good singer. I'm in our school's choir, but I don't get a lot of solos. I've also starred in many school musicals as the lead role. I love to act and sing, but I can't write my own songs and I don't know how to become well-known like this girl or Christina and Ali.
How can I reach my goal and be an inspiration to other people like other teen singers out there?




Hey girlie,

Don't talk so negative about your talent! Writing your own songs, learning about the industry, becoming well-known, and feeling confident in your singing will take time and lots of hard work, but your talent is the thing that will help you get there! Talk to your musical director at school and ask if he/she knows about any local shows that are holding try outs. The best thing for you to do is branch out and try something bigger than high school musicals - they're a great start, but you'll meet so many new people and learn so many new things by working at small local theaters with actors/coaches of all ages, going to a city and trying out for an extra/background role, etc. Talk to people, ask questions, and work hard to get even better/stronger. You can do this, but you have to reach out to people who are in this industry so they can help you along the way!
Lauren C.

by HelenaPS on 5/17/2012 11:00:54 PM

 
 

that sounds awesome
she's a great role model

by bookworm22 on 5/17/2012 10:08:25 PM

 
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