Friday, January 20, 2012
Songs that inspired Fire by Mima 🔥
First, there was a match.
In 1992, Tarah Kiersey wasn't feeling very optimistic about her life. From dead-end jobs to dead-end relationships, she failed to see how anything could ever improve. But at least, she had her music.
Then, there was a spark.
There was something about holding a microphone that made Tarah feel alive. And there was something about how she sang that made people listen. One of those people included William Stacy, a young musician who invited Tarah to join his band, Fire. She said yes and her entire life changed overnight.
And now there's FIRE!
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Labels: 90s, 90s music, Alice in Chains, Bryan Adams, Def Leppard, FIRE, grunge, Kiss, Lenny Kravitz, Nine Inch Nails, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Red Hot Chili Peppers, rock band, Sarah McLachlan, Soundgarden
Author of Fire, A Spark before the Fire and The Rock Star of Vampires, Her Name is Mariah, Different Shades of the Same Color, We're All Animals, Always be a Wolf, The Devil is Smooth Like Honey, A Devil Named Hernandez, And The Devil Will Laugh and The Devil May Lie. All are available at Amazon, Chapters, iTunes or most online retailers. Check it out at www.mimaonfire.com.