Connie Saulnier, Impressions

Connie Saulnier writes music from the heart and it is quite apparent how genuine she is as a performer and artist. Her debut album, Impressions, is a collection of soft pop-rock. Sure, her bio includes musical influences of rock, folk, R&B, classical and jazz but these moments are fleeting and unfortunately sound dated and under-produced. I do like Saulnier’s voice though, there aren’t too many people who sound like Melissa Etheridge and it is quite unique when blended with smooth jazz (“Stay” and “Love Or Something”). Saulnier’s songs of relationships & self-confidence are definitely needed in this day and age, I just don’t enjoy the music in which the message is wrapped up in. (Independent) ~ 2 Stars

Connie Saulnier – Facebook Page

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Posted on August 24, 2012, in Album Reviews and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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