Christine M Knight | Sunshine Days

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Sunshine Days

by Christine M Knight

Christine M Knight’s music often fuses different styles: pop, country, rock, and blues because the style of music is determined by the specific lyrics of each song.
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1. Sunshine Days (feat. Rachel Thorne)
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A composer, Christine M Knight works with talented professional musicians from Australia and overseas when she produces her songs. Their ability to read scored music is important as is their high degree of skill and professionalism.

Christine’s music is varied and often features a fusion of styles: pop, country, rock, and blues because the style of each song is related closely to the specific lyrics. Her lyrics are written from the perspective of specific characters in her novels 'Life Song' and 'Song Bird'. The novels are on sale through Amazon, Book Depository and other major online sellers.

'Sunshine Days' opens the novel 'Life Song'. It is sung by the central character, Mavis Mills. In this single, Canberra vocalist Rachel Thorne assumes Mavis' persona.

Mavis was born to be a songbird but became a victim of domestic violence. With her wings clipped by circumstance, Mavis spent years of her life grounded, her dream of soaring flight almost forgotten.

Unexpectedly, she discovers she has a choice: a life forever tainted by that violence or rise above her circumstance. Mavis chooses to boldly travel down the road less traveled, determined not to let trouble get the best of her and not to sell her soul for fame. 'Life Song' is about the woman Mavis becomes and is not a chic musician on the road story.

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