Pure-voiced singer Myranda Christi makes her debut with the single ‘Pure’
It’s by “Pure” coincidence that Myranda Christi found this the perfect song to kick off her career as a recording artist…
The Bowden, AB-based songbird, who managed to make her way to the televised judging on Canadian Idol, says she knew “Pure” — available now — was the track with which to make her debut.
“The first time I got to read the lyrics to ‘Pure,’ it spoke to my heart in so many ways,” Myranda said. “I knew at once that it was the perfect song for me to start my career with.
“The kind of love this song talks about is one so many people not only have, want, or need, but also deserve.”
It’s a delicate, piano-based tune that sees Myranda backing to a near whisper, before a rushing crescendo.
“Practicing the song was an amazing experience,” She sad. “Using the rough track to get a feel for the rhythm was so much fun!
“I was so excited to give this song the emotion and attention it deserved. Given the current global COVID-19 pandemic, I knew this song is exactly what the world needed right now. So, I went into the studio to record it for the first time ever.
“The studio experience was one I have experienced before, but never to this quality. It was amazing, and I never wanted to leave. The recording experience was one that I will never be able to replicate again and one I will always look back on in the most amazing way possible.”
Penned by veteran songwriters J.C. Veaudry, Jacqueline Burke and Corey Lee Barker, “Pure” is a tranquilizing reminder of how love can be real, and really felt through song and lyric.
“‘Pure as the song the bluebirds sing / Pure as the water from a mountain spring,” Myranda sings on the chorus, her impressive and eloquent vocals inviting the listener to remember love in its rawest form.
Currently signed to MC1 Nashville/Brandy Records Canada, Myranda’s early career included radio musicals and a three-song cover album she recorded in Red Deer. Her start on the stage began when she performed in a variety of singing competitions, from Kiwanis Music Festivals to Alberta Provincials in 2007.
After years of teaching voice to students, Myranda is stepping onto the stage and accepting the spotlight for herself; well-deserved recognition for an artist intent on making her mark on the music scene.