Vanessa Peters
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Are you caming to Torino?


Vanessa Peters responded on 05/30/2012
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I think so! The final tour schedule will be posted soon (the terremoto has interrupted even booking!). Vi faccio sapere presto!!

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quando torni a perugia a fare concerti? ciao!


Vanessa Peters responded on 05/28/2012
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Ciao Nicola! Spero presto... quest'estate faccio un tour con la mia band americana, ma non credo che verremmo a Perugia (a meno che non hai qualche idea... in quel caso mandami un email - info@vanessapeters.com). Altrimente credo che farò un tour ad Ott/Nov o a Mar/Apr...
Un abbraccio! - vanessa

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When are you coming back...Itlay needs you! :-)


Vanessa Peters responded on 05/28/2012
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Soon! Very soon... this summer, in fact! We'll be doing some shows with the whole band - I hope we will be close enough for you to come to a show! I'm looking forward to coming back to my second home for a while. :)

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Hi Vanessa hope all good :-)


Vanessa Peters responded on 05/27/2012
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Hey Rory! Glad to hear from you! It's been far too long since I've seen the lovely lands of Ireland... maybe a tour in 2013 is in order.... :) Hope you are well!! xo -v

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am i already on this list? haven't received anything recently so probably not......


Vanessa Peters responded on 05/27/2012
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You're on it now! :) Thanks for signing up. xo

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Would love to have you back in Houston!


Vanessa Peters responded on 05/23/2012
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I will be back soon, I hope! I was just there a few weeks ago but it was too brief. I'm hoping that the next show will be with the full band to celebrate the release of the new album! I'll keep you guys posted. - v

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This may be a bit unfair; however, it can be telling! What are the 5 most influential SONGS that you have heard in your life? Also, can you explain what each one influenced?


Vanessa Peters responded on 04/15/2012
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How about I take this one song at a time? :)

I know that "You Were Here" by Sarah Harmer was pretty huge... it's just so lovely and spooky and different... and I'm a sucker for cello. :) That song made me really want to take the plunge and start to express myself as a songwriter.

I was also a huge Billy Joel fan growing up (still am)... my folks both loved him and he was always on in the car. I know it's cliche, but I just never got tired of Piano Man. The melody just runs around in your head for days, and I loved the stories he told... even as a small child, I would try to dissect each little short story about each person at the bar, and I would make up ancillary plots to their lives, how they got there and where they were headed after the song ended. It was probably my first brush with songwriting and short stories being analogous art forms.

I'll ponder this some more and come back with the rest of the five...

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Not so much a question as a plea to you to come to the Phoenix area. My 11 y/o daughter would just be in heaven to see you. You are one of her favorite singers.

Scott Ostdiek (and Rachel)


Vanessa Peters responded on 04/15/2012
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I hope to get out there later this year, or early next year! I'm long long LONG overdue for a west coast tour... I promise Phoenix will be one of the stops along the way. :) Tell Rachel I said thank you for listening!

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Have you ever thought of recording A Vinyl LP to accompany any future CD? The Texas Artist Phoenix Hart recorded her latest album on the basis of CD and LP.


Vanessa Peters responded on 03/11/2012
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I've thought about it, but it's pretty expensive - maybe for the next album, we'll build it into a Kickstarter package so that we can get an idea as to what the interest level would be... it's certainly something I've considered, but this album won't be released on vinyl.

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What is the difference bewteen the public in Texas and Europe with respect to your music?


Vanessa Peters responded on 03/09/2012
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I don't think there's a huge difference. The main difference is that I usually have bigger crowds at European shows, which makes sense. I'm kind of unusual or novel - I've traveled a long way to come to their country and do a show, and may not be back for a long time, so fans make a big effort to come out to a show. In the States, especially if it's an area I play often, I might have a harder time getting folks to come to the shows, because they know they can catch another show again soon.

But that's just on an attendance level. As far as feedback from fans, I feel like I get the same amount of love from my European fans and American fans. :)