A Moment of Your Time

Episode 271 -  

 “23” by Daisy Spratt

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"23" by Daisy Spratt. Written by Daisy Spratt, Rob Amoruso and Liz Webber

 

From Daisy:

"This song was written in January 2021 and released March 2021. I wrote it about my experience going through the music industry. It can be full of high hopes and excitement, but also a lot of disappointments and challenges. We all have expectations and a plan of how our lives and career are going to go. However, as 2020 has shown us, and what life shows us, things don't always go to plan, and we have to learn to adapt to change.

 

I was born in Queensland, Australia, but raised in the United States until I was 10 years old. I consider myself a Melbourne girl though, and have been in Melbourne ever since. I started playing guitar at 10, and my dad helped teach me chords growing up. I didn't start singing until I was 13, and then songwriting followed close behind. I started writing songs as poems, and then learned to apply chords and melodies from my guitar as a teenager. Growing up, I looked up to artists like Shania Twain. I remember watching her music video for "I'm Gonna Getcha Good" when I was about 5, and thinking "I'd love to do that one day". I've always been torn between my passion for law, and music. I'll soon be a fully qualified lawyer, but love to write music and sing. I'd love to find a way to use both of those passions together somehow in the future. I wrote and recorded my single "Think Again Boy" in Nashville last year. I hope that my music spreads a positive message, and people feel uplifted through my social media and songs."

 

Find more of Daisy:

Instagram: @daisysprattmusic

Website: www.daisysprattmusic.com

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Created during a time of quarantine in the global Coronavirus pandemic, A Moment Of Your Time’s mission is to provide a space for expression, collaboration, community and solidarity. In this time of isolation, we may have to be apart but let’s create together. 

Concept by Jenny Curtis

Theme music by Chris Porter

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