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A music journey with Songstress Chanell J. Wilson

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Chanell J. Wilson has been writing songs, poetry, and stories since she was thirteen and performing since she was three-years-old.  As an artist; she is a trained theatrical actress & voice-over performer, writer, dancer, public speaker, songwriter, & vocalist. She plays the piano (to write songs and play for simple performances) and also draws and explores animations for in-depth visual storyboarding projects to help flesh out her characters for her creative writing projects. She was a dancer for 10-years at DC Dance Center in San Leandro, CA studying ballet, tap, and jazz and has competed in many national & regional competitions as a young child and ranking various First Place Competitions. She studied Theatre Arts at San Francisco State University and Screenwriting and Editing at Academy of Art University. She also has a Vocational Certificate in Recording Arts at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, CA. specializing in Music Business/Industry Studies and is a member of ASCAP. She performed Background Vocals for Greg Scott on his song “Easier Done than Said”. Chanell’s singing style is an eclectic mix of Joyful, Peculiar, & theatrical energy pulling from her gospel choir background and love for R&B, soul, neo-soul, punk and rock music. Her alto range and timbre has a vibrato that some have said calms and soothes the spirit and soul. Her writing style is thought-provoking, inspirational, and authentic realism and shares the stories of life. She believes in putting every microaggression, feeling and vision into her words, melody and song structure for the overall presentation of the music experience. When she creates her sound she believes in trusting the process of the melodies that want to come out. Her overall goal is to honor her talent be disciplined in her craft and be honest with herself. She believes that Creativity and Love can heal this world.

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