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Published:July 15th, 2013 16:35 EST
Long Island Native Sings Love Song, "Beware My Heart"

Long Island Native Sings Love Song, "Beware My Heart"

By SOP newswire2

Long Island native sings love song, "Beware My Heart"

Long Island native, Ann-dee, sings "Beware My Heart," produced by another Long Island native, Henry Golis, of Park Lane Drive Records. Ann-dee comes from a musical family where she grew up listening to either the piano playing of her mother or grandmother almost every day. "Mom loved Broadway show tunes, pop songs, and the classics-of course I was enlisted to sing whenever she played," says Ann-dee.

"My mom was an artistic, creative kind of person and I think she encouraged that kind of attitude and spirit within me. I started piano and ballet lessons at the age of 4-and even though I didn`t continue with ballet, I`ve always enjoyed singing."

"I believe my mom would enjoy the fact that I`m singing professionally now-although she`s passed on-I feel that somehow-she must be getting a chuckle out of seeing me do this. Music has always been a part of my life-something I can`t live without-just like dark chocolate," says Ann-dee.

The song speaks of love and taking a chance on it-isn`t that what we all do? The melody and lyrics were written by Bill and Ted Golis, who`ve also written meaningful songs like "Chapel on the Hill," "It Will Be A Merry Christmas," and "Uncle Sam There`s No One Like You," to name a few.

"Beware My Heart" was recorded in Long Island`s famous recording studio, Tiki Recording Studios, with Fred Guarino as recording engineer. The music itself was performed as well as arranged by the talented Lee Shapiro, of The Hit Men, formerly of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons (a Jersey boy for sure). This song marks Ann-dee`s debut CD single and she`s working on other songs soon to be released within the year.

"Beware My Heart," is available on iTunes and on Amazon