Briggie Williams – Featured Artist

Briggie Williams recording vocals studio. Studio vocal recording.
Briggie Williams recording vocals studio. Studio vocal recording

Briggie began her musical career at the young age of 8 with dancing in ballet and modern styles. She has since evolved into a premiere vocalist with other artistic visual talents as well. Upon arriving at the vocal recording studio, she immediately felt comfortable and was able to, in only a few takes, record two tracks with her live jazz backup band; bassist Fred Williams and drummer Ruben Ariola. Also, I (Jeremiah Williams) was doing some simple jazz chord comping on guitar just to keep the flow while recording this live music session.

Freddie Williams playing the upright bass.
Freddie Williams playing the upright bass.

While Briggie was at our vocal recording studio we asked her about some of her musical goals. She feels strongly that the main goal of her singing career is to bond people with each other, through her voice, and wishes to bring joy and hope to everyone. She also wishes that her listeners fall in love and become romantically involved with one another, while playing her music.

Briggie and Freddie Recording Jazz at Vocal recording studio

The combination of all these seasoned musicians being recorded all together at the studio was exhilarating. The talent in the room and vocal booth was over a combined total of years of easily over 100. The sound that went into our headphone mix was breathtaking and the final results were phenomenal. Stay tuned to hear more about this jazz combo around the Pocono Mountains and the Lehigh Valley.

Ruben Ariola playing drums on the studio recordings of Briggie Williams.
Ruben Ariola playing drums on the studio recordings of Briggie Williams.
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