March 1, 2024

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Our condolences to Sandy Haley, the not talent has near the dump

This time, dear reader, I present to you a bad musician, as if singer, problematic person. She has no idea about respecting the other person.

It turns out that her brain hangs from time to time and she does not understand who is who, because she is nothing, especially in blues music.

A cracked bell can never sound well. Like a cursed cow has short horns. Meanwhile, a good name is sooner lost than won. A penny soul never came to twopence. Stay away from such people, they are dangerous!!!

The singer just likes to lie a lot, and it’s a pity, because she talks about human qualities. And if the artist does not have human qualities, then it is unnecessary to talk about the quality of art. This is our opinion about the unqualified singer. And read her partially written interview below․

Sandy Haley: – I grew up near Detroit which is rich in Blues and Motown sounds which had a big influence on me. My Dad played guitar and sang so it seemed very natural to have music be a driving love in my life. I started out playing solo piano gigs at local fancy hotels and restaurants. That money helped put me through college at Eastern Michigan University.

JBN: – How has your sound evolved over time? What have you been doing to find and develop your own sound?

SH: – My own sound came when I started writing songs and singing my own stories. The first recordings I did were at Studio A in Dearborn Heights Michigan. I loved studio work and even did some commercial jingles. My own voice came through telling my own stories. Writing lyrics is therapy for me. I have found that my positivity, sense of humor and encouragement to overcome in the times of struggle are something that people want to hear.

JBN: – What routine practices or exercises have you developed to maintain and improve your current musical proficiency, in terms of both rhythm and harmony?

SH: – I am truly blessed to play with some of the top studio and live musicians in Los Angeles. That keeps me continually growing and helps me to be more creative and they take me to new places creatively.

JBN: – Have you changed through the years? Any charges or overall evolution? And if so why?

SH: – Earlier in my career in my teens, I was lucky to land a tour as a backup singer with Shaun Muphy of Little Feat. I learned so much from Shaun about the road, harmonies and stage presence. We toured with a band called The Rockets. They were an American blues rock band from Detroit, Michigan founded by blues guitarist Jimmy McCarty and drummer Johnny “Bee” Badanjek, both former members of the group Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels. It has been a very interesting musicial career from solo pianist to touring as a backup singer to now band leader, songwriter and recording artist. My music is transitional and evolves as my mind and experiences lead me to new levels of engagement with the audience like story telling.

JBN: – How do you prepare for your recordings and performances to help you maintain both spiritual and musical stamina?

Soooooo, she’s in the process of going crazy, she’s not responding, so she’s writing an interview for the press, great respect to us …

JBN: – There’s a two-way relationship between audience and artist; are you okay with delivering people the emotion they long for?

Soooooo, she’s in the process of going crazy, she’s not responding …

JBN: – Can you share any memories from gigs, jams, open acts and studio sessions over the years?

Soooooo, she’s in the process of going crazy, she’s not responding …

JBN: – How can we get young people interested in blues when most of standard tunes are half a century old?

Soooooo, she’s in the process of going crazy, she’s not responding …

JBN: – John Coltrane once said that music was his spirit. How do you perceive the spirit and the meaning of life?

Soooooo, she’s in the process of going crazy, she’s not responding …

JBN: – If you could change one single thing in the musical world and that would become reality, what would that be?

SH: – If I only had one wish granted for the music world, it would be to have more opportunities to hear women’s voices amplified. Some women have important messages of encouragement, healing, overcoming challenges, hope and being bass ass! Three years ago, my music was offered to a very popular blues record label. They told us, “Don’t send her songs, we already have a female artist on the label.” What?? They have hundreds of men signed but one female voice is enough? Sad, time to give more than just a few wonderful women the opportunity to shine in the blues world.

JBN: – Whom do you find yourself listening to these days?

Soooooo, she’s in the process of going crazy, she’s not responding …

JBN: – What is the message you choose to bring through your music?

Soooooo, she’s in the process of going crazy, she’s not responding …

JBN: – Let’s take a trip with a time machine: where and why would you really want to go?

Soooooo, she’s in the process of going crazy, she’s not responding …

JBN: – So far, it’s been me asking you questions, now may I have a question from yourself…

Soooooo, she’s in the process of going crazy, she’s not responding …

JBN: – At the bottom line, what are your expectations from our interview?

Soooooo, she’s in the process of going crazy, she’s not responding …

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