Valerie Fahren

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Indie Band Guru: Valerie Fahren Will Find Plenty of Love

As an artist herself, Valerie Fahren began her career in her teens when New York City radio began playing an original song by her band Gypsy. As a vocal coach, Valerie works with beginners and young children all the way to established celebrities and working television/stage/studio performers. Her artist development courses have resulted in many of her students booking television shows, films, and secured recording contracts while on her programs...

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Rick Krusky
Skope Mag: Valerie Fahren – ‘Say You Love Me’

Valerie Fahren’s own career as an artist started in her teens when New York City radio began playing an original song by her band Gypsy. She has starred in principal roles in Equity productions of Fiddler on the Roof, Carmen, and Three Penny Opera; recorded with The Wilson Sisters, Neil Diamond, Edgar Winter, and Chick Corea; and had her own songs recorded by many other artists, including David Arkenstone. But as an artist developer, her clients have performed with such artists as Chaka Khan, Jessica Simpson, Beck, and others. Her new single “Say You Love Me” garners world-wide acceptance with no question...

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Rick Krusky
Indie Music Reviews: Valerie Fahren – Say You Love Me

As a seasoned Artist Development and Vocal coach, Valarie Fehren has helped a long list of artists succeed for the last two decades, and there is a lot behind that. Fahren is also a singer-songwriter in her own right, with a new single; “Say You Love Me” which showcases her own talents as she continues to grow herself as an artist and music business professional. Fahren has worked with an assortment of artists and stars over the years, such as Edgar Winter, Neil Diamond, Juliette Lewis, and award-winning songwriter-producer Andre Lindal. And her clients have performed with such artists as Chaka Khan, Jessica Simpson and Beck...

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Rick Krusky
No Depression: “Say You Love Me” by Valerie Fahren

“Say You Love Me” by Valerie Fahren, the new single by who is no new- comer to the industry, but she does come from a different background in the industry. Now she’s breaking out with her own music and it’s a killer track that is sure to turn heads. She has spent over two decades on the talent side of the industry and this is one way to prove her own singing, songwriting and performing prowess with a quality produced single that speaks volumes in every department. It marks a new chapter in her career, and does so with flying colors. It crosses over between Pop and R&B, fused with a soulful Singer-Songwriter approach...

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Rick Krusky
Gashouse Radio: Valerie Fahren

Valerie Fahren’s music and acting career started in her teens when New York City radio began playing an original song by her band Gypsy. She has starred in principal roles in Equity productions of Fiddler on the Roof, Carmen, and Three Penny Opera; recorded with The Wilson Sisters, Neil Diamond, Edgar Winter, and Chick Corea; and had her own songs recorded by many other artists, including David Arkenstone. She is also an Artist Developer and vocal coach, who’s worked with an impressive amount of celebrities and even relatives of them, as listed on her website. “Say You Love Me” is her new single, out now...

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Rick Krusky
Vents Magazine: Interview- Valerie Fahren

I actually wear my heart on my sleeve most of the time, so I don’t change too much when I am writing with others. I think I do have more creative concepts come out when I am writing for myself – it’s a very satisfying experience for me to create something myself. But I love helping other artists too. It is very fun and rewarding to experience someone else’s happiness when we have just mastered writing a great song...

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Rick Krusky
Backstage: How to Stay Sane in This Crazy, Unpredictable Business

First of all, congratulations for being here, getting yourself out there, and continuing to do it. The business of auditioning, waiting for that callbacks, working a side job to make extra money until the big deal comes, and the continuous hustle of Hollywood, in general, can all be tough. Add to that the seemingly inherent negativity that comes along with the job—what I believe to be the main deterrent to actors, singers, directors, writers, comediennes, etc. from achieving their dreams—and it can really begin to take its toll...

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Rick Krusky