I’ve got the Blues

Blues Frame

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The Bridge


Most songs follow a similar structure of alternating verses and choruses, a bridge, then another chorus, sometimes with revised lyrics.

Most songs have a story or a theme to tell, and throughout the song, artists develop this focus. WE as humans experience so many things and learn something new every single day, so naturally, we each find a way to share this new knowledge to each other whether we know it or not. Whether it be telling a friend about your day over a cup of coffee or reading a newspaper or perhaps a blog ;) , we all discover and spread lessons back and forth.

Artists often take advantage of this and create their work based on these themes and ideas.

If you took the stories from your life, lessons that you’ve learned and compressed it all into one song, what would the message of your bridge be?


One possible theme that I have learned after many auditions, interviews, and competitions is that rather than mentally compete with others, you should compete with yourself, trying to better yourself. This way, being the best you you can be, you will stand out, and possibly result in your success.


The Artistic Foundations. 

Art is created each and every day. There are many authors

and many audiences worldwide that sense art. In the pages

we read, on the walls we pass, and around us we see and

hear art whether we realize it or not. There are countless

works of art and little inspirations in our everyday lives.

Some we hear in popular songs on the radio or see in art

galleries in museums. But the amount of art that we

recognize in our lives is endless.

While I can’t discover everything there is about art

or scatter all I know to the entire world, I can share

little pieces of art I find in my everyday life in what

I am titling The Artistic Foundations.