SINGER SONGWRITER, Austin Church gives his review of Blue Eyes,
Captivating! Don't know when I've enjoyed a piece of music more. From start to finish, writing, singing, arrangement, dynamics, it rivets my ears to the speakers. Huge talent. Keep up the faith and great work, God speed, a.church
Charlie Pace found her love for music at the young age of two. She was singing a performing with a jump rope for a microphone at three years old. She was raised around music and by the age of seven, she had performed the National Anthem. By nine, she got the lead in a school performance and knew then she wanted nothing more than to sing. After that she went from camps to practice and competitions, learning any instrument she could get her hands on.
Charlie transferred from her hometown school in Everglades City where she was raised to Lely High School, where she took advantage of an amazing music program. She started writing songs by the age of 10, but it wasn't until age 14 that she wrote the first song that would be recorded.
"Blue Eyes" was her first song released, it started out about a boy she says, but then evolved into self care and exceptance.
The next song Juicebox, is a very special song about her life, and Charlie wants this song to give hope to children who might be facing the same battles as she did. The message in "Juice Box" is that no matter what happens or how bad it is, you have to put down that Juice Box, (negative feelings) and move on. She wants this song to be used to help bring awareness to addiction.
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