- Bryon Harris
Miss Christine - "Truth in Song"
BWH Music Group and World National Indie Radio (WNIR) are hosting 'Songs For Change' radio special during the month of November. Music can influence, and even change, people, movements, and society. Sharing songs about peace and social justice, will ultimately remind the world of the importance of peace, fairness, love and unity. Miss Christine's song "Truth in Song" is one of the amazing songs that will be featured on this special radio program.
“Truth in Song” is a pop rock song that displays the importance of standing united in an unfair system. Miss Christine vibrantly leads the song with her funk piano and rich bassline. Her engaging vocals begin the verse as the band joins her with a sweet funk and rock groove. Ellen Angelico, jazz guitarist; Robertson, drummer;and John Pahmer, organist kill it with their upbeat and bustling instrumentation. Engineer and producer Brett Ryan Stewart from Wirebrid Productions and Master engineer Tommy Wiggins did incredible work creating a clean, yet colorful mix.
We can’t stand idly by when one of our own dies on the streets with no dignity and justifiable reason. Miss Christine’s “Truth in Song” is about the fight for a better "United" States government. Even before the pandemic, people have been struggling economically, social, and racially for years. The time for change has come, and it’s time for radical change. Christine sings with conviction and passion:
“How many more black people are gonna die? Before white people learn they have to do more than cry. We're running out of time, And big money won't let us decarbonize. Please expose them they've hid it far too long Join me, singing truth in song. I'm sick of all the guys in their suits and their ties.”
Miss Christine is a passionate and inspiring musician and songwriter. Her message is empowering and bold. The edge and thrill of her music keeps you intrigued and engaged, on the edge of your musical seat. Her vocals are enchanting, and the instrumentation and arrangement are spectacular. Christine’s hypnotic, pop rock style, mezmerize in this marvelous social justice anthem.
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About Miss Christine
Miss Christine: Confident, catchy, and queer.
Christine Moad had achieved the musician’s dream: Success as an internationally touring bassist and many side gigs back in Nashville. There was just one problem: They were unfulfilled. It took courage to leave it all behind. Having made the decision to leave Nashville and the hectic, cut-throat, session musician scene, Christine settled on a farm in their home state of Iowa and spent time exploring the inner workings of their mind. Meditation became part of their daily routine.
Stargazing in the flyover state beside their library of Beatles memorabilia, they crafted the foundations of their debut record Conversion. Conversion is a collection of indie rock, new wave, blues, and soul-influenced songs about gender, personal strength, relationships, and politics. Christine’s free spirit and positive attitude are sowing the seeds of self-acceptance for a new generation of women, men, and others.