Skip to comments.Scott Brown's Daughter
Posted on 01/22/2010 11:42:22 AM PST by safetysign
Ayla Brown singing the National Anthem at the Boston Pops.
What was that Herman’s Hermits tune from the ‘60s? “Mrs. Brown you’ve got a lovely daughter”?
Both are pretty girls.
To think that just a few weeks ago most of outside MASS did not know who Scott Brown or his daughters were, now they as familiar to us as anybody in politics. Stars rising all of them.
Excellent. Thanks for sharing!!
(What do you want to bet that 0bama’s daughters do not even know the Star Spangled Banner?)
She is really a good singer. I hope a big lable picks her up as she can really lay it down and she also has the look.
Nice but Carrie Underwear’s version at the 2006 NFC Championship game was better though.
There is nothing I can’t stand more than listening to some R&B singer pimp out the song.
Ayla? Sounds like dad is a dyslexic fan of Derek and the Dominos!
That’s the good news. Now,the MSM has another family to try to destroy like the Palins.
Well I wouldn't put it quite that way but, in fact, it did give me goose bumps so I guess I'm safe for now. Actually I think the gal can sing and that particular arrangement of The Star Spangled Banner is one of the best I've ever heard. Quite the clever ending and well done by Ms. Brown.
She doesn’t have perfect pitch. Most of her notes are off; therefore, she doesn’t nail them, and has to slide into them.
No, she does not have a great singing voice.
But if folks are satisfied with that, that’s okay.
Brown certainly looks Presidential!!
Carrie Underwood is a professional and sang for money.
They may have paid Ayla Scott, but I’m thinking she sang the National Anthem only because she loves her country.
Well by all means, post your version, let's see how good you are.
I suppose so. But hearing Ayla sing it with a full symphony orchestra behind her makes her version a lot more listenable.
Sounds like her parents liked Clan of the Cave Bear. But their Ayla is not a blond!
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