I received the following press release from the developer of 4singers. The press release tells you all you want to know about the artist Tracy Hamlin, but very little about the app 4singers. I went to the App Store and looked it up, there is an app for $2.99 but when you go to the support web site, there is just a holder page. Not too sure about this one but they are giving us 10 free promo codes…so what the heck I decided to share the app promo codes with the rest of you.
If you download the app come back and leave a comment about your experience with the app, or, just tell us a little more about Tracy Hamlin and her music career.
That’s why we call it iPhoneAppReview.com and not iPhoneMusicCareer.com…
When Jazzy R&B singer Tracy Hamlin (www.tracyhamlin.com) decided to create the vocal instruction audio app, 4Singers, she had no idea her app would reach singers from the US, Japan and the UK and beyond in such a short period of time.
Since age 11, Tracy Hamlin has been spreading her gift of music to audiences of all diversities. Her limitless vocal and songwriting abilities have placed her in a unique position to offer her audience a well- rounded, unforgettable music experience.
This Baltimore native built her music career on the solid foundation of education, studying classical music at the Baltimore School of the Arts and further training at the Prestigious Peabody Preparatory School of Music.
A former pageant winner, holding the title of Miss Baltimore and Miss Talented Teen of Maryland, Tracy draws inspiration for her music from her life experiences and those who surround her. She has performed with music greats such as Carlos Santana, Marcus Miller, Jonathan Butler, Kirk Whalum, Wayman Tisdale, Rick Braun, Jeff Golub, Acoustic Alchemy and Richard Elliott to name a few. In recent years, Hamlin was the lead vocalist with Heads Up International recording artists, Pieces of a Dream. Tracy toured internationally with the group and was featured on “No Assembly Required” (2005) and “Love’s Silhouette” (2002).
While Tracy Hamlin is perhaps best known for her longtime association with Pieces of a Dream, her first solo album, “Seasons” set the tone for her to take her place center stage. Featuring both Najee on flute and Pieces of a Dream, this stellar collection from 2005 proved to be a wonderful representation of her rich vocal tones. Attracting both R&B and jazz aficionados, “Seasons” was a glowing affirmation of her burgeoning talent.
Now, Tracy is back with her sophomore album, “Better Days”. An excellent follow up to “Seasons”, “Better Days” gives the listening audience an accurate illustration of Ms. Hamlin’s musical world. Songs like, “You’ve Got To Let Go” and “No Regrets”, pleasantly place one in a position of self-reflection while “Better Days” and “Free” offer lyrics of hope and optimism for the future. With producers, Phil Davis, Eric Valentine and Kelvin Wooten on board, “Better Days” is sure to take listeners on a refreshing musical journey.