Texas Music Project | Dori Performs at TMP Love Field Stage!
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Dori Performs at TMP Love Field Stage!

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For those that don’t know, the TMP Love Field Stage recently opened up at the Dallas Love Field Airport! We’ll be bringing in many acts to the stage that range from well-known names to fabulous up and comers. You can find information about upcoming performances here – http://www.lovefieldartprogram.com/performing-arts/

 

One of our friends, Dori, an amazing singer/songwriter and sixteen year old student recently performed for us on the stage. She began writing songs on both guitar and keyboards when she was twelve. We asked her a few questions about herself and how she connected with us at Texas Music Project. She even gave us a tip on the best burgers in Dallas!

 

1. How did you get connected with the Texas Music Project?

 

We got connected with the Texas Music Project through Shane Frame at the Guitar Sanctuary. (TMP Note: You can find The Guitar Sanctuary in McKinney, Texas. There they are passionate about all things guitar and strives to find those pieces that represent the instrument in its highest form. http://www.theguitarsanctuary.com/)

 

2. What has your experience been with the Texas Music Project?

 

I had a great experience and loved playing at the TMP Love Field Stage as well as meeting Michael Clay. It’s great to be around people who are passionate about supporting local artists, it’s really important!

 

3. What was it like performing at the TMP Love Field Stage?

 

It was really cool to look out and see people coming and going from all different parts of the world. There’s also a great burger joint by the airport called Chips (best burger in Dallas honestly).

 

4. What is your favorite part about music?

 

My favorite part about music is its ability to connect with people. Regardless of language or background, music is something we all have in common.

 

5. When you aren’t playing music, what do you do for fun?

 

When I’m not playing music, I’m writing music.

 

We loved having Dori out to perform! If you’d like to learn more about Dori head over to her website where you can find upcoming shows – http://www.dorimusic.com/