LauRa cAyer

LauRa cAyer

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Pop - Alternative | Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, United States
Total Song Plays: 253   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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laura is using this site to get feed back on demo material, recorded in her home studio.
Laura Cayer, now a new mom, has been writing songs for the past 12 years. She has been involved in numerous projects, such as the "CowGirl Blues" a folksy duo with her younger Sista Emma, Peles Desire a popular band at Umass Amherst in the late 90's and now Cashmere a Pop/rock band.Laura stills writes solo, and has a strong desire to not only be successful as a singer, but as a professional songwriter.
Laura's most proud of her YOUTH MUSIC organization which has recently taken off, receiving many Grants from Mass Arts Council, as well as local educational grants. She loves writing songs with troubled children and teens and finds her inspiration from them as well as her 16 month old son, Devin.


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karabear4053 posted over 30 days ago to LauRa cAyer


Hey, I am really hoping you check this soon. I was part of the writing group out in Orange MA and you recorded a song for me called superstar, I don't know if you remember, I do however. I wanted to know if you still had a copy of that? I looked you up on google and recognized you from your beautiful face and your voice when I listened to your songs. I am trying to tell my boyfriend and my two boys about how you turned my mediocre poem into a beautiful song simply because you sang it. Remember the little red house in Orange with a small group of teenage girls and I was for sure the tallest one there. My name is Kara and my poem was superstar and it was written about my Mother. If that jogs your memory at all. I hope you are doing well! You made an impact on my life in a way. You were very sweet and kind and your voice was beyond beautiful. I remember you had short hair at this time and you always had your guitar with you. I was about 15 or 16 so it would have been...hold on a sec while I think...15 to 16 years ago so, 2003-2004? I was in a foster home and lived in Athol at the time. There was a teenage girl who was pregnant in out group. She had long blonde hair and glasses I think? If any of this sounds familiar to you, you can email at kstearns6304@stuemail.gcc.mass.edu. I could give you a number to text or call after that. If you email me, make it in all caps if you can so I actually look at it, I get so many emails that I scroll through a ton without actually looking at them. Again, I hope you are doing well and I really really hope you remember me, even just a little bit because I definitely haven't forgotten you!

   
 

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