The Fun Never Stops is a showcase for the immensely talented Regina Smoler, whose music is as diverse as the entire world is today. She composes Brazilian Jazz beats, Operatic Arias, and everything in between, and her work was described during the Great American Song Contest as Fresh and Engaging with Great Imagery. Regina won First Place at Broadjam for her comedy song The Martha Stewart Gene, and her songs have also been top twenty finalists in the Unisong International contest in Jazz, Electronica, and World Music categories. Regina is also a BMI Musical Theater graduate!
A whimsical, upbeat jazzy love song for the old fashioned in a new age. Think of Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler in Fifty First Dates. Features a lilting, guitar, and lyrical female vocal, "absolutley, positively," perfect for a romantic comedy! See variations. Female Vocals, Jazz, Cabaret
Nostalgia with a kick! Mid-tempo Innovative, Provocative, and Sophisticated electronic based track with rich female vocals. This deep song features layers of melodic synths and vocals. Ideal for soundtracks, television, film scores, and more. See all variations! Female Vocals, Electronic, Neo-Lounge
Elegant, piano instrumental of timeless classic! Excellent for background, restaurants, soundtracks, and other media. This mellow and emotional piece comes in different variations. (see other versions), Instrumental, Jazz, Lounge Jazz
In the style of Peggy Lee's Fever, a song empowering a woman to leave the gambling life behind. Leaving an addiction in a blusey style. Lovely female vocals accompany a jazz band in this smooth piece, ideal for soundtracks, television, and other media. Female Vocals, Jazz, Exotica
Sexy, contemporary jazz song with smooth female vocal in the style of Peggy Lee and Madeline Peyroux with Verve Remix instrumentation. Perfect for jazz film, soundtracks, television, and other media. Female Vocals, Jazz, Smooth Jazz Vocals
Lounge, bossa nova sung in French about not believing in love. Features female vocal great guitar solo. Sounds like Jobim bossa. 1960's 1970's bossa track, possibly for TV shows set in the 60's like Mad Men and Magic City. Perfect for a nightclub lounge scene or vacation spot with umbrella drinks! Female Vocals, European, France
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