Ricci Carr launches her new book titled 'I Can Sing'
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RICCI CARR launches her new book "ANYONE CAN LEARN TO SING" with TOM OLIVER.
60s SINGER SAYS: ANYONE CAN LEARN TO SING
Mount Tamborine, Queensland: 60s singer Ricci Carr still sings and in April launched her first book: A Modern Singer’s guide: I can sing, but where is my voice? at Mount Tamborine library with her nephew Tom Oliver.
Originally from a musical family in New Zealand, Ms Carr began her career in the Leagues and RSL clubs circuit touring NSW, Victoria and Queensland. It was not long before she was singing with the Aztecs (without Billy Thorpe) and other groups in Vietnam. Finally landing the resident singer on AFVNTV show Nashville Vietnam. Her singing career saw her sing in more than 22 countries.
At the launch of her book she showed everyone she still had what it takes by singing live a number of songs including Sentimental Journey.
She also sang Day by Day with her nephew Tom Oliver of Pirates of Penzance, Rolling Thunder, Grease, Thomas and the Tank Engine and the The Voice.
Ms Carr spoke about wanting to share her ‘truth’ with anyone who wanted to sing and dismissed claims that some people are just gifted singers and the rest appreciative audiences.
“Anyone who has a voice and is not deaf can be taught to sing and sing well,” she said.
“In my more than 45 year career as a professional singer and entertainer, I have taught hundreds of people to sing.
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