Find out who’s behind the artist, Tara Macri, ”The Prettiest Girl in the Room”
If by chance you were in New York, and saw the critically acclaimed Broadway musical “HAIRSPARY”, or happen to live in LA, and saw her perform at the infamous “Hollywood Bowl” with Nick Jonas, Drew Carey and John Stamos, as her wing men, you would have surely remembered Tara Macri.
There’s no mistaking Tara’s pure, soul stirring voice. When she sings, you feel an honest and revealing emotion in her every turn of phrase. You can’t help but be drawn in by Tara’s style of songwriting and singing.
Songs like, “The Prettiest Girl in the Room”, written by Tara, are perfect expressions of who she is.
They encourage her to do what she does best, share songs straight from her heart that somehow resonate with every generation. Tara has this way of performing her songs, which makes us feel like everything is going to be alright.
If you happen to catch her most recent video, “The Prettiest Girl in The Room”, Tara was excited to share that “the fashion and look of the video were inspired by Audrey Hepburn. I love her uniqueness & classiness and have always been a huge fan of hers. In any situation I always ask - what would Audrey Hepburn do?”
When Tara was making her video, she was fortunate enough to collaborate with producer Greg Collins, who has also produced U2, and Gwen Stefani. “The Prettiest Girl in The Room” track was mixed by multi Grammy award winner Chris Lord Alge, who was quick to share that “Tara has pure vocal emotion mixed with the best from the past and the best from the future.” All of us in the Sutter Home Vibe & Vine Greenroom, couldn't agree more.
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