Let My Light Shine, Julie Kinscheck A Review
I am so excited to write this review for all of you! I was so happy to be chosen as one of the twenty fabulous women who got the chance to write a music review and set aside our books, (for a short bit anyway)! This is SO COOL!
INTRODUCING… JULIE KINSCHECK!!!
“Let My Light Shine” by Julie Kinscheck & LIFLIGHT is Gospel-Jazz with an infusion of pop-rock and country.
Julie’s music reflects a Christian world-view, sometimes boldly, but is really about the hope God can provide- especially to women and Mom’s- expressed with some humor, SCAT solos, lush arrangements and depth of heart.
This music is her ministry to shine God’s light in a dark world.
Singer-songwriter, folk, country/ gospel with Jazz on top!
Recently called “An ambassador for unfortunate children in the world and for what faith in God can do!” by a representative from Hope Worldwide. Julie Kinscheck has written songs and/or performed for Hope Worldwide and Compassion International.
Named one of the most promising unsigned writers by the National Academy of Songwriters, Julie has played across the US and Europe. She has been honored to play on large stages such as Madison Square Garden, NYC and the Fleet Center, Boston and also many conferences, small churches, restaurants, weddings and coffee houses.
Raised with folk roots in Ithaca N.Y., she launched a street tour of Europe, followed by a few years training at Oberlin Conservatory in Ohio. At last she landed at Berklee College of Music in Boston on a full scholarship. Some fans have named her the : Queen of SCAT!
“Julie Kinscheck’s songwriting and outstanding vocal work will satisfy you to your soul…” – Metronome Magazine Jan 2010
I really enjoyed the different styles of music Julie sings on this CD, “Let My Light Shine”.
Just after enjoying a country style song, “Nothing Like the Love”, talking about the love of children, and an even softer country style song in “Jesus Wept”, Julie breaks out the guitars in “Waiting on You”.
I loved the words in Julie’s songs. In “I’m a Mess”, she sings how she can’t even get her eight year old to bed, “I’m a mess!” My favorite song was “Love Life Like I Should”. It is a fun, light-hearted song about living life with less worries, with lots of fun scat singing. “Oh, oh, oh, gonna love life like I should, Zabbie at, zabbie at do day”! (Or something like that!)
While my family didn’t care all that much for Julie’s singing coming out of my laptop speakers, I can just imagine her live in concert she would probably really get the crowd hopping with her songs about children, life, love, and Christ!
“Oh, oh, oh, gonna love life like I should, zabbie at, zabbie at do day”! (Or something like that!)
I received a link to review Julie kinscheck’s music in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations. I am part of The CWA Review Crew.