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Lori nuic sparkles - music


A emotional vibe along with an amazing voice is what Lori Nuic is able with, she got the crowd grooving as she performed at Launch Pad at the Cameron House for the first time.

This young starlet in progress out by live a big part in a high discipline musical, Chief of the Pack, bringing her to the stage today and in concert songs that any crowd would love.

"Just to have an addressees to listen in to you is cool," Lori said.

The energy in the listeners was amazing as this Kitchener girl sang, looking like she has been doing it for years.

Together with her miscellaneous voice, she chiefly plays the guitar but also dips into the keyboard. Ahead of Lori's carrying out at Launch Pad, she asked the addressees for some spoons or a cowbell which she also likes play, adding up a barely spice to her tunes. Too bad no one had any of those instruments to spare.

Dancing was what Lori happening out with attractive it into University, but she said, "I knew that music was what I all the time sought to do. "

As a young age Nuic erudite how to play the guitar and her voice was exposed after singing songs from the movie Beaches with her friend.

"It doesn't seem like hard work when you love what you are doing," Lori said.

She is not the only one in her category to have such passion for music. Lori's brother is in a band and plays the drums and bass. "I look up to my brother as he is a musical genius," Nuic said.

Lori is functioning on her first album. To her it has been a lot of fun to create, yet stressful. You will be able to see it out in early 2005.

I will beyond doubt be looking ahead to since Lori at the Cameron House in the future, she has so much talent and a great personality to go with it.

Farris Green
farris@sugarcainentertainment. com
http://www. sugarcainentertainment. com


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