I've had some time to look at YouTube videos about and for you and you are, without a doubt, one of the greatest singers of all time.
I'm somewhat of a fan of some new age music and love Celtic Women, Enya, and Clannad (particularly Maire Brennan -- Enya's sister). That music is part of my heritage, as well.
You're making me fall in love with opera arias and I was not much of a fan of that sort of music before.
In short, you are a beautiful woman, one of the most gifted singers of all time and, from all I've seen, just a beautiful person. I look forward to your future efforts and hope to catch you in concert someday soon.
Is there any type of music you do not like?
Wow Prairie, and you haven't even met her. But you have her summed up pretty well. For me, I loved her music for a long time, but it was not until I met her that I realised just what a beautiful person she is. If you ever meet her, don't let her smile at you, or you'll be done for, as I was.
I really like this comment "don't let her smile at you, or you'll be done for, as I was."
Ah! But the trouble is Hayley will smile at you! It's not so bad though. Once you get used to your legs feeling like jelly and the fact that your mouth suddenly stops working properly, you'll be fine. Just take a deep breath and return that gorgeous smile.
Oh! And by the way, you'll probably never feel quite the same afterwards!
I first met Hayley when she was walking through the foyer of the Fairfield Halls in Croydon on 1st October 2003. I gave her a big smile, and she smiled back, so I would have looked rather daft if I hadn't said hello to her after that. I managed to hang on to my composure while we had a quick chat, then my legs turned to jelly as Hayley disappeared for the rehearsal!