We’re not going to get into the details of the best and least-underrated songwriters of all time (I’m afraid that’s beyond the scope of this article), but there are plenty of great ones out there.
So we’re not really going to dwell on them here.
In fact, if you’re interested in the songwriter who was my favorite, it might be worth getting in touch.
Antoine Singery was born in France in 1932.
She was an actress, but she also wrote songs and performed in opera.
She sang with the Paris Opera before she went to work in theater.
In the 1940s, she performed as part of the Paris Philharmonic.
Singery became a solo artist in the early 1950s.
She went on to write the operas and operatic pieces that became the theme for the film L’Oréal.
In 1964, she died in Paris.
Singary wrote a few more opera pieces and some song and dance songs, including a song for the TV show The Muppet Show, which aired in 1966.
She also wrote for the sitcom Happy Days and wrote the song “Love You,” which was the theme song for a children’s TV show, L’Ecole des Eaux d’Orsay, in 1976.
Singeri was a member of the group, which also included singers such as Marie Antoinette, Diana Ross, the late Diana Ross and Elton John.
Singers like Antoines Singery and Jean Raspail were instrumental in the development of electronic music in the 1970s and 1980s.
Singing, singing, singing is a form of expression that has been around since before recorded music.
But Singery’s influence on electronic music is more recent, and more widely appreciated.
She wrote some of the most iconic tunes for pop and rock artists such as the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Bee Gees, the Eagles and the Beatles.
She even wrote for R&B and pop acts like Paul Simon and Marvin Gaye.
An interesting bit of trivia about Singery is that she was also a member for some time of the band, the All-American Rejects.
Her group had a strong musical identity and was known for its aggressive, hard-hitting music.
Its members included The Beatles’ John Lennon and Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards, and the Beach Boys’ Roy Orbison.
Singry was a vocalist, keyboardist, guitarist, vocalist-vocalist, bassist, and bassist-keyboardist, according to Wikipedia.
She did not play the guitar in her band, but her playing helped shape some of their tunes.
It’s a good idea to check out the album of hers called The Woman Who Singed, which is one of the very few songs that still has a section called “I’ve Got a Song.”
Singery died in 2014 at age 77.