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      Lucinda Hawkns
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      listening to music does not make me want to dress up. listening to music brings back the good old days , the 70s 8os music rock and roll and county music.  some of the 60s and 50s music brings me back memories, but i was born in the early 60s. but i did listen to the 50s music when i was a young boy my mom would listen to the 50s and 60s county music.

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      Julianne Mitchell
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      My music tastes don.t change when Julianne comes out much like my movie tastes its one of those things that I can feel all my emotions as to who I am inside no matter who is around my wife and kids all know my soft side as just who I am even though they don’t know that Julianne is there on my sleeve when I cry during a song or movie they accept that’s who I am and I love that freedom of emotions .

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      Candace Baci
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      Oh yes my tastes changes when em femme!! I love to listen to Latin music I find it extremely sexual in nature which makes me feel all warm and tingling when dressed!!! Sort of like a had a few margaritas lol

      Hugs and Kisses

      Candave

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      Alexandria Mendez
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      My music doesn’t change much on how I’m dressed. However, I always have background music playing softly to fill the silence. I do slightly adjust my outfits, accessories depending on what I am listening to at the time.

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      Emily Lace
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      No change for me. I’m an eighties girl and listen to that whether in drab mode or Emily mode. Can’t beat those eighties bands like Modern English, Flock of Seagulls, The Cure, Simple Minds, and The Human League!

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      Eva Kelly
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      I am a quiet person. Most of the time I listen to older soft rock. One of my favorite songs is Killing Me Softy by Roberta Flack.

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      Samantha Peders
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      I think I tend to listen to more female vocalists such as Dar Williams, Christine Lavin Cheryl Wheeler Etc if you’ve never heard Muriel Anderson play The Harp guitar you should look her up on YouTube.

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      Beth Green
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      Having been a wedding DJ for 20 years I have played just about everything. After pounding out the hits for 4-8 hours I find nothing better to unwind to than classical. It truly soothes the savage beast. It’s also a lot better for the ears than THUMPA-THUMPA at 90 decibels. Before retiring I listened to 70’s and 80’s for personal enjoyment, interspersed with classical. Since retirement and going full time as Beth I have become a classical freak only. Makes me wonder how Beth will handle being a DJ if they ever needed me to come back. Heck, how would they handle Beth as a DJ? Women DJ’s are common, but a cd DJ?

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      Amy Myers
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      I like what I like, and it doesn’t matter how I’m dressed. I’m a romantic and I listen to that kind of music, and what’s referred to as Late Classical Romantic, which is 19th and into the early 20th Century. Composers like Chopin, whose birthday it is today, and Debussy, and others from the 20th Century. I also play this on piano and violin.

      Of course I like some more current pop as well, but in recent years I have been much more selective as to what I listen to.

      Amy

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        Tonya Leren
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        I’ve always wanted to learn violin it’s such a beautiful instrument. I play a bit of bass and guitar, not good at either… lol so I’m def jealous of you with the violin and piano lol

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      Stephanie Scott
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      Not for me, Tonya. My musical taste varies widely and depends on a mood I’m in at the time. I don’t think it’s different from a gender standpoint but more of what musical mood I’m in. I just ripped through a Pentatonix stage. But I love classical symphonies, old school jazz, some country, pop, R&B, a lot of old church hymns, 80s hair band rock. I’m all over the place! Lol.

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        Tonya Leren
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        I’m right there with you in being all over the place lol I love everything from old country to  death metal… classical to grunge poison is my all time favorite band but love listening to coolio or bone thugs when the mood presents itself.

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      Sarah Du Hessisse
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      Tonya my music taste is very varied I love Opera  Classical music & all Rock, I have a real love of seventies music and any music with a camp feel it makes me happy. It makes no difference if Sarah is in or out the closet.

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      Raquel Botas
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      Samesies. I voted ‘no’ because my music tastes never change, only expand. What i listen to depends much on my mood at that time.

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      Octavia Long
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      I love metal but have to admit that Man I feel like a woman has a special place in my heart.

      ❤️
      Octavia

      ps I wish that I had her hips

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      MelanieElizabeth
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      My musical tastes don’t change but certain songs do make me think about dressing for sure. The other day a song came on the radio that I haven’t heard in years and really had me thinking. “Spread your wings” by queen, I felt like Freddy was talking to me. It is about changing your life and being who you want to be. We could have a whole topic on queen alone but the lyrics in that song really spoke to me.

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        Tonya Leren
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        Freddy Mercury was and should be everyone’s role model… he was just such a free spirit and the epitome of”I’m gonna be me, no matter what the world thinks” I haven’t listened to much Queen in a long time… might be time for a queen marathon… lol

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          Bridgette VonSmirff
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          My music is extremely eclectic from rock through jazz to opera, bach fugues, gospel, country, pop, but I seldom go long without “Their majesty: Queen!” as they were long introduced.

          Freddie… he had the courage to be himself always. No greater role model for us.

          Bridgette

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      Padgette Parker
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      80’s Alternative Rock–Bowie   Depeche Mode  INXS  New Order

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      Prudence
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      It doesnt, unless I am at a lbgt friendly establishment. Thats a good thing. Expand my musical tastes.

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      Emily Violet
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      Hi Tonya

      Boy or Girl

      I will always love some Led Zepp

      I must be a rock chick

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      Polly Stewart
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      I’m that blonde chick in my cabriolet, head-banging to Led Zeppelin or Rocking to the Stones! 🎸

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        Robyn Devine
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        Polly

        Kashmir is one of the best cruisin songs there is!!

        Robyn

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      Vecca Senn
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      I’m a little less classic country if I’m dressed. I can listen to 90’s grunge/alt, classic rock, and 80’s hair bands in any mode.

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      ChloeC
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      The question got me thinking about my musical tastes.  They haven’t changed over the years, only grown as I find new tunes or songs I like in different categories and I search them out.  Way back in the 60’s as a teen, I’d switch radio stations from the local Top 40 to a jazz station and listen to that.  Then on occasion as I would go to bed, I’d switch over to another station that was playing really funky what we now call ‘New Age’ music, but in the 60’s it had no name (look up Ken Nordine), then I’d often switch to a station that played 40-60’s elevator music, you know, the ‘standards’.  Again, some tunes I loved, some…eh.

      As I grew older, all those tastes would stay as I listened to different styles, some singles I’d like, other’s I wouldn’t care for. Soft rock, the beginnings of reggae, Broadway musical numbers.  Never much cared for acid rock or heavy metal, but one or two numbers, yeah. (groups like Poison and KISS fascinated me, obviously)

      What happened when I would dress would be that I’d think of them differently but still enjoy these wildly different genres, sort of, I guess, relating to them differently.

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      Katey Doe
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      I said no, Katey and I like the same.

      Hugs Katey

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      Bettylou Cox
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      I’ve been hooked on jazz for over 60 years; in guy mode, I want to play along with the band. But Bettylou wants to wear her flapper clothes and dance, dance, dance! Alas, I find I can no longer do most of my Charleston routine. It’s heck to get old, but it does beat
      the alternative.

      Hugs,
      Bettylou

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        Laura Lovett
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        I love 1920s music and the flapper girl look – saves wear and tear on forms!

        I’m a bit hooked on Electro swing music – and there’s an absolutely gooorgeous cream flapper dress in a boutique shop in Brighton that I have tried on several items now… only sticking point is the price – last time I tried it, the tag had been reduced to £150 (from £300), which may be a good reduction, but still a high price for a dress I’ll wear once or twice…

        Love Laura

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          Bettylou Cox
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          Hi Laura,

          I keep thinking about that dress you saw in Brighton; If you get a chance, could you please check out the size? I’m a 16 or 18 (UK), and I may want to get in touch with them.

          Big hugs,
          Bettylou

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            Laura Lovett
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            Hi Bettylou

            It’s labelled a size 12.

            It’s quite generous – I’ve tried it on a few times now… They do sell a number of dresses in that style, as the shop generally has a 1920s feel.

            Next time I’m down, I’ll get some pictures, if I can persuade someone to take them!

            Couldn’t see it on the website – but there are others: https://www.prettyeccentric.co.uk/

             

            Love Laura

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            Bettylou Cox
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            Thank you so much, Laura, for taking the time for me. If it were a US size 12, I would grab it; but that converts to a size 8 for me, so I dare not try. And you made it sound so pretty, too.

            Hugs,
            Bettylou

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          Bettylou Cox
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          HI Laura,

          I would love o find something like that in a shop here; I would pounce on it, no matter the price tag.

          Hugs,
          Bettylou

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        Grace Scarlett
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        Honey…

        a while back now we had a drama on tv in England called the Beiderbecke affair…the soundtrack was bix’s music…..i was hooked… and i was also introduced to fats waller.. wonderful but so funny, his humour was so underestimated….yer feets too big, us on a bus…..i love it xx

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          Bettylou Cox
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          Hi Grace,

          You have better TV over there than we do. And Bix? The best there ever was; he could even show Gabriel a thing or two with a horn.

          Big hugs,
          Bettylou

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          Diana Morgan
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          Yes the amazing James Bolam and my personal favourite, the delightful Barbara Flynn.

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            Grace Scarlett
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            That gorgeous milklady in “open all hours”…..i never blamed granville one bit!!!!

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      Diana Morgan
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      Carly Simon is my en femme background theme, fell in love with her as a youngster – You’re So Vain still makes me go all mushy – and Eltons earlier stuff  Tiny Dancer is my all-time favourite of his.

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        Tonya Leren
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        I just had your so vain stuck in my head yesterday

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      Effie Fulk
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      I had my teen years In the 80’s,’and that’s still pretty much all I listen to today, all the 80’s hair bands … they don’t make music like that anymore 🤣

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        Tonya Leren
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        No they don’t… poison is my all time favorite band… 🤣 but 80’s music in general all genres was where it’s at 😉 lol don’t care to much for today’s music I feel music quality has dropped drastically over the last 10 to 15 years

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          Jamie Peridot
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          60s, 70s, 80s, it has been all down hill after that. When they developed autotune and computerized music, people didn’t have to be musicians anymore.

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          Grace Scarlett
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          🎶every rose has its thorn🎶…even grace knows that.. xx

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          It has. As a musician myself, I can attest to that. When 90% of musicians use autotune regularly, you know it sucks. Back in the 80s, in its early days, it was used for special effects on certain pieces (looking at you Duran Duran and Journey). Now a days, practically every song has it throughout. Most of what I listen to is a few select rock groups, but it switches to mostly female groups en femme (Fireflight and The Letter Black mostly).

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          Effie Fulk
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          I’ve noticed my daughter and her friends,‘they are entering their teen years now, all listen to some sort of South Korean music bands ( black-pink is one) 🤷… it’s different but what the kids are into around here..

          💖

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            Bridgette VonSmirff
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            K-pop. Getting big these days.

            B

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            Effie Fulk
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            Yeah that’s what it is! I believe Ive heard them mention that k-pop term…

             

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      Laura Lovett
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      I’ve always enjoyed a lot of what some might consider “guilty pleasure” music, but yes, when I am out as Laura, the feelings the music awakens are much more of genuine, happy excitement and the taste of freedom, than the feelings of a deep yearning, tinged with melancholy that I feel in drab.

      In fact, as Laura, I find it hard to listen to anything heavy – I just don’t relate to it.

      In drab, heavy is my go-to – but is changing. I now find that in drab, both metal and disco are things I can openly enjoy – I feel no shame in listening to, for example, Barbra Streisand, Louis Prima, Mel & Kim, then Megadeth, Rammstein or Cradle of Filth.

      I don’t really listen to Classical any more – I listened to absolutely loads until I was awarded my degree, then wrote like I was possessed for many years and stopped because a family and full time job doesn’t offer the luxury of time in which to compose.

      There are few famous works that I am not deeply familiar with, and I’ve always preferred songs – musical snacks rather than banquets.

      That said, I have never managed Wagner’s Ring in one sitting.

      (Wonders what jokes Steph and Grace will come up with for that last comment…😁😍😘

      Love Laura

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        Tonya Leren
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        I have those guilty pleasures myself although mine are newer than older mostly, Halsey,Selena Gomez, I love a beautiful voice.
        A good tempo helps when doing kickboxing and other martial arts training I’ve found.

        I’m not the best of musicians and have never written anything myself… I’m a bass player in the lowest of the terms lol I barely play… haven’t had a bass in years…

        love to sit and listen to classical music occasionally though especially if I just want to sit close my eyes and clear my head

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          Laura Lovett
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          I’ve tried for many years to deny my vocation as bass player – I started out in bands on bass because there weren’t many about and it was thus easy to join a band, and I play guitar like I have 2 right hands.

          I played piano as my main instrument for my degree – but felt such a fake, as I found reading music easy, and I could just hammer out the notes. I didn’t feel very musical doing it, and I could never play from memory or improvise.

          Guitar is similar – I watch videos until I’m note perfect and it’s muscle memory, but improv beats me!

          Bass is different – I just play what I feel, and it seems to work. I have no idea how I do it – I hear the chord progressions, and the bass lines write themselves in my head – and change as I play.

          Music is a curious thing!

          Love Laura

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            Bridgette VonSmirff
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            I grew up with music, started on reeds early, then taught myself guitar after going into the Navy. What I never learned properly was reading music well. I hear it and can play it. I use fake books to give me the cord changes and go from there. More or less same with guitar or sax, but I’m pretty straight playing clarinet. I’ve lost so much range that I don’t really like to sing much anymore outside of choir at church.

            My wife played percussion at college (University of Tennessee), and marched with the band as we both did in high school together. Our kids on the other hand… not so well.

            Bridgette… who can really get into Wagner still

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            Tonya Leren
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            That it is my friends and I when we get together all play something and honestly believe it or not… there are times when I’m requested to play…. a bucket… I can’t play an actual drum set for the life of me.. but a bucket… a 5 gallon plastic thing… I can make sound pretty good lol but I love bass especially playing blues. That is where I can just let go abs get into the music

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      Grace Scarlett
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      Hello Tonya.

      I don’t change what I listen to at all…I love my music, but it’s all the same stuff whatever I wear.

      All I do differently en femme….I have one or two songs I play as I’m just getting ready to go out…sort of ” get grace fired up anthems”….and Barry manilow is definitely not among them…..( Love you really Stevie xx)

      Grace 🎶🎶🎶

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        Tonya Leren
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        I like the idea of having a get fired up music I’ll have to try to find something that fits that for me if you don’t mind me stealing your idea 😅🥰☺️

        If you don’t mind me asking what are those songs?

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          Grace Scarlett
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          Glorious by Andreas johnson ( written for me..haha) and why do you love me by garbage

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            Tonya Leren
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            Don’t know if I’ve hear Glorious… but I am a fan of garbage their music is amazing.

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          Laura Lovett
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          I’ll add “I’m Coming Out” by Diana Ross to whatever Grace says – that song is a fire-up anthem!

          Love Laura

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            Tonya Leren
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            Love it 😊

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      Stevie Steiner
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      Hi Tonya.  I would not say it changes much.  I love everything from classic rock to  Classical.  I do hear the voice of Stevie, Shania, or Carly in the air more when dressed tho.

      And I will confess to my sisters – don’t hate me girls, I’m just being honest – I have listened to Barry Manilow when dressed 😟🤪….. I DO NOT do that when in drab…

      Stevie

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        Laura Lovett
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        Music and passion are always in fashion…

        😍😍😍

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      • #454693
        Tonya Leren
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        Nothing wrong with a bit of Barry Manilow on occasion ❤️😎

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