out perform // outlast // out work
“Perseverance is failing nineteen times and succeeding the twentieth”
– Julie Andrews
Today I’d like to explore one of my favorite music prodigies, Soren Bryce. Her soulful, haunting voice has graced stages and the musical underground all over the country. From South Carolina to Texas and LA, Soren has quickly gained recognition and praise from critics and fans alike. Earlier in 2013, she was voted “Best Folk/Acoustic Artist” at the 2013 Artists in Music Awards in LA. She now has multiple hits available on iTunes, including my personal favorite “Gone”.
Soren’s unique personal style and dedication has not gone unnoticed by the film community either. In 2012 she worked closely with producers in Charleston, SC on the independent film Southern Comfort, which is set to release in early 2014. Soren was not only cast in a major role (Susan Becker), but composed the theme music for the film. She has appeared on television for Disney, and starred in a promotional short for internet sensation Rhett and Link’s Good Mythical Morning.
As a an adventurer into the world of emerging artists, I have never been disappointed when experiencing creations by Soren Bryce. The deep, insightful lyrics of her music, her playfully mature composure on film, and the overall melancholy wonder of the world surrounding her is something that I believe will take her far. She is already well on her way to becoming a prominent face in the entertainment industry, and I don’t see her slowing down any time soon.
Links to the world of Soren Bryce~
I’m Chancy Johnson, bringing them~
Out of the Woodwork