Growing Away from You - Michelle Chamuel
Red and gold together, that’s what we used to say.
Winter is coming soon and i’m growing away from you.
Maybe we’ll get to November. I think I can hang on till then.
I don’t know what I can do. I’m growing away from you.
Maybe we get one lifetime.
But I’m so proud to have spend mine by your side.
I hope I see you soon. 'Cause I'm growing away from you.
I’m growing away from you.
I was listening to an old playlist on my phone. This song came up and it made me think of my late aunt. And this happened.
This is so exciting! For those who don’t know, Rosi Golan is an Israeli-born singer songwriter based out of Brooklyn. If you watch a lot of TV, you’ll probably recognize her music as it’s been featured in a ton of awesome shows like Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse and USA’s In Plain Sight, both shows that I adore and miss dearly. (Her music has also been featured on Ghost Whisperer, which I have an irrational dislike of but I don’t hold that against her.)
You can learn more about Rosi and check out her amazing music on her Official Website, but I’d just skip the reading and go pick up her latest album, Fortuna, on iTunes because it is all kinds of gorgeous.
bright lights & city nights; happy songs for nocturnal urbanites [listen]
Tickets for Michelle’s May 1st performance at Rockwood Music Hall are on sale now. Pick them up on ticketfly! Tickets are $15 for General Admission. There is a small service fee that kicks the price up (hence the $15-$20 listing) The venue is 21+ with a one drink minimum for the show. Doors open at 6:30PM with the show starting at 7:30.
This is a one-time only performance and will be a small, intimate affair, wherein MC will be previewing tunes from her upcoming solo album. If you are or will be in the NYC area, I strongly encourage you to get your tickets as soon as you can before they’re gone! Who knows, you might even spot an illusive tunebomb while you’re there.
You will. You will definitely spot a tunebomb.
I bought mine! Did YOU? :)
In terms of sheer musical talent, what is there to say about “Made For Me” that hasn’t been said before? Time and time again, Chamuel has made it a point to show that she is, in and of herself, a single human container absolutely filled to the brim with artistic ability that could only be related to a musical steamroller in terms of how much of a force she was to be reckoned with.