Which singer would you like to chat with?

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Re: Which singer would you like to chat with?

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i like to chat with MILEY CYRUS

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I would have to say Steve Perry. I love his music.

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I would want to talk to Vince Clarke (Erasure) because he shares my loyalty to analog synthesizers.

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Ed Sheeran, The Beatles, Freddie Mercury, Lin Manuel Miranda, Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Adele :tiphat:

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Ozzy Osbourne would be SO FUN to hang out with. I sent him an invitation to my wedding next year. Fingers crossed!!

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Ironic that I came across this post today. I had a dream about exactly this last night.

I would love to have a sit down with Marilyn Manson. While he is known mostly for his theatrical and often shocking stage performances, if you sit down and carefully listen to the songs that he writes, it's pretty much pure brilliance. He pulls from his own experiences, classic literature, and political topics that make the listener question their ideas about what they believe themselves. His use of symbolism and metaphor, not to mention pure wit, makes him one of the greatest songwriters of our time. And if you can't bring yourself to make it through one of his songs to test this, his interviews are also gems of insight and eloquence. Picking his brain about art and the importance of challenging the system would be a very enlightening evening.

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Post by Blu1983 »

Sam Smith is who i would want to speak to. I would ask where you get the ideas for those songs that touches deep down in your soul.

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Post by mrnobody3 »

Definitely Ed sheeran. He's good at making love songs with romantic lyrics. He seems sweet too. I would like to ask him the tips to make the good lyrics and simple music but meaningful. He's the only singer that I found likeable in this century.

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Can I pick more?...hmmm

David Gilmour
Freddie Mercury
David Gahan
Yoko Ono...That might be interesting, right?

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Post by Ashley Louise »

There are several, but Brendan Urie would be fun because he has such a cool personality I would love the opportunity to chat with him and ask a million questions. I've always loved his interviews and hearing where some of the songs came from, especially King of the Clouds.
"We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be." - Kurt Vonnegut

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I would love to speak to Brendon Urie from Panic! at the Disco. His vocal capabilities are on another level, it's very rare to see such musical talent in today's society.

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I Would love to chat with Adele. I admire her to the max, not only an awesome voice that stops me in my tracks but the fact that i feel every word!
She is beautiful and confident with herself and has a great relationship with her audience, her piano skills are awesome

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Post by Ashley Louise »

Browneh wrote:
15 Sep 2019, 20:51
I would love to speak to Brendon Urie from Panic! at the Disco. His vocal capabilities are on another level, it's very rare to see such musical talent in today's society.
This is so very true, and I'm glad someone else agrees. He is talented beyond belief and the way he writes songs is so intriguing! I would love to have even just an hour to pick his brain.
"We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be." - Kurt Vonnegut

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I think maybe Tyler Joseph.

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Post by LinaMueller »

Ashley Louise wrote:
16 Sep 2019, 12:11
Browneh wrote:
15 Sep 2019, 20:51
I would love to speak to Brendon Urie from Panic! at the Disco. His vocal capabilities are on another level, it's very rare to see such musical talent in today's society.
This is so very true, and I'm glad someone else agrees. He is talented beyond belief and the way he writes songs is so intriguing! I would love to have even just an hour to pick his brain.
Brendon Boyd Urie is great. So glad to find other fans. :mrgreen2:
Heart! We will forget him!
You an I, tonight!
You may forget the warmth he gave,
I will forget the light.

When you have done, pray tell me
That I my thoughts may dim;
Haste! lest while you're lagging.
I may remember him!

Emily Dickinson
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