Joe Vitale’s 56th Birthday Party

by Sarah McSweeney on January 4, 2010

I sang at Joe Vitale’s 56h birthday party in the cigar lounge at Black Forest restaurant in Wimberly, Texas.  Here is a quick video…

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David Wilson January 6, 2010 at 2:52 am

Really enjoyed the singing at Joe birthday party. It was awesome!!! Hope to catch you there this weekend. Will you do an opera CD?

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Sarah McSweeney January 6, 2010 at 3:43 am

Thanks David for your glowing remarks! It was nice to meet you, and it’d be great to see you again Saturday if you’re able to make it. As a matter of fact, I have scheduled my first recording session this Friday to begin my debut opera cd! I’ll keep you posted!

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Sean Patrick Simpson January 6, 2010 at 7:47 am

Sarah,

You have an absolutely beautiful voice. I randomly watched the video on Joe’s blog this evening and was very captured by your voice; especially with the guitar. As a singer and former music major myself, I’ve been around a gazillion singers and have very high expectations for my listening ears, and you definitely met them :-)

I also enjoyed your story about how you came to meet Joe on your home page very much. It seems very similar in energy and “LOA style” as mine has been over the last few years as I came to be the apprentice of a teacher from the Secret, develop mentorships with members of the transformational leadership council, come to work along side them, and come to write music for Fox Sports.

I would love to harmonize one day :-)

Be well,

–Sean Patrick Simpson
Joint Venture Officer
http://www.Simpleology.com
**The Mindset Apprentice**
http://www.TheMindsetApprentice.com

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Sean Patrick Simpson January 6, 2010 at 7:49 am

p.s. I’d love to point you in the direction of a great step by step process on how to really promote your music online. Shoot me an e-mail me if you’d like me to share it.

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Lynrd Gwyn December 18, 2010 at 12:09 pm

Joe, I watched the Happy Birthday video where you opened your ‘Mr. Muscles’ framed pics and Sarah Marie sang one of her songs for you. I just finished watching the ‘Alien Guitar’ video and enjoyed that as well.
Since you have yet to debut the ‘A.G.’ ( I’m assuming as of today’s date of 12/18/10 that is still waiting to happen), I would like to make you a proposition. I recently wrote a instrumental acoustic guitar piece called, ‘Pleiades’. It is in E modal tuning where most of the strings are tuned to ‘E’ and it offers a full, lush sound full of wonderful overtones. This is the same tuning that Stephen Stills used to write ‘Suite Judy Blue Eyes’. I could easily teach you how to play this.
I need to let you hear this piece online and I’m literally days away from posting a number of songs, including ‘Pleiades’, through a website called http://www.musicxray.com. If you like what you hear, I would be honored to debut this piece by performing it on the ‘Alien Guitar’, at a time and place of your choosing. P.S. I am available to attend any upcoming birthday celebrations, FYI. I also was wondering if you have a ‘signature song’ for ‘Mr. Fire’ or if you have ever seriously considered the possibility. I have a song in mind that I may have played for you ‘back in the day ‘ at 303 Mill Stream Ct. It’s called ‘You Can Be What You Want To Be’. When I post my initial offering of songs online, this will be included, as well as my personal favorite original song, ‘Jesus, Mary and Joseph’. God Bless You, my friend… Merry Christmas and Happy Birthday in advance. Sincerely, Lenny ( Lynrd Gwyn) Gwynne. P.S. I’ve still got your original endorsement of my music on the old letterhead of the ‘Joe Vitale Agency’. My, my, my… how far you have come! Catch you on Twitter!

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