The Next Sara Bareilles?
Skip ahead through the falling snow to where the singing starts at 50 seconds in if you like to move a bit faster.
Snow falling in the redwoods, a talented local kid, and a dreamy song about space. That’s the kind of good news that keeps the world spinning in the right direction every single day.
Eight-year-old Anora Blackwell recorded the above song during her “first take, no writing, just freestyling off the top of her head,” her dad Tristan Blackwell wrote proudly.
“I gave Anora my old microphone and handed her the iPad that it hooked up to,” he explained. “I put a beat in garage band and showed her how to record. This is the first thing she recorded… .”
Then, during the recent snow, they joined their talents and filmed Anora singing it in the redwoods during the snow.
“One day I’m going to go the stars and see the moon every day,” Anora sings. Heck, one day, she might be a star herself and you might have been one of her first fans.
Remember Sara Bareilles started here in the Emerald Counties, too.