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"Jar of Hearts" is a song by American singer Christina Perri. The song was released in July 2010 to iTunes. The song charted in both the United States and Canada at numbers 63 and 54 respectively, selling an overall of 47,500 downloads in its opening week. It has now sold more than 100,000 digital copies. Perri has performed the song live on So You Think You Can Dance and The Early Show on CBS. She also performed on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on July 29, 2010, replacing Stone Temple Pilots who couldn't make it to the show on time. In December, she performed the song on Conan O'Brian's new show, Conan. The song was first added to Christina's YouTube channel on June 30, 2010 and was released on iTunes in early July. Christina Perri is an American singer and songwriter from Philadelphia. Her song "Jar of Hearts" charted in the United States after it was featured on the Fox television show So You.
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Christina Perri is an American singer and songwriter from Philadelphia. Her song "Jar of Hearts" charted in the United States after it was featured on the Fox television show So You Think You Can Dance in 2010. Rolling Stone named her the "Band of the Week" on October 26, 2010. Perri grew up in Bensalem, Pennsylvania (a suburb of Philadelphia) with her older brother, Nick Perri, who formerly played guitar with Shinedown, Silvertide, Perry Farrell and Matt Sorum. She taught herself how to play guitar as a 16-year-old by watching a videotape of Shannon Hoon from the group Blind Melon performing on VH1. Perri moved to Los Angeles on her 21st birthday. Later that year she got married and began to produce music videos. She divorced 18 months later and moved back to Philadelphia by the end of 2009; during this time she wrote Jar of Hearts. She moved back to Los Angeles; waitressing at the Melrose Cafe during the day and recording at night. "Jar of Hearts" is a song by American singer Christina Perri. The song was released in July 2010 to iTunes. The song charted in both the United States and Canada at numbers 63 and 54 respectively, selling an overall of.
PIANO – THE ENCHANTING MUSICAL INSTRUMENT IS BACK WITH A BACKUP OF TECHNOLOGY TO MAKE LEARNING MORE FUN AND EASIER FOR YOU
Some activities are so easy to nurture in childhood but as time passes by, they become difficult to even perform. Such an activity is playing piano. Everybody loves to play piano when they are young but with the passing time, commitments in the educational front, the professional front and then the family front, come and replace the priority of playing piano.
There are ways you can revive your old habit of playing piano. One of them is trying out solo playing and ensemble playing both; with the help music sheets of course because your separation from the instrument for such a long time might not let you remember everything you had learned. Playing in both these styles will let you know where you fit the best.
An audience does work like magic to bring out the artist in you. Spread the word of your returning to the world of piano. Get some music sheets and try to organize family gatherings where you can play in front of an audience. It could be a small group people or just a couple or two. The size of the audience does not matter, what matters is that the revived spirit that you will experience when playing piano for them.