Posted by Danny Coleman on ConcertBlogger.com Published November 7, 2014 “Beneath My Father’s Sky,” is a one woman play written and performed by Montclair, NJ resident, musician, actress and model Zara Phillips.
Beneath My Fathers’ Sky, written and performed by Zara Phillips and directed by Eliza and Eric Roberts will debut to a sold-out crowd, November 12th at United Solo Festival.
Join host Jacqueline Jax with featured musical guests Singer Songwriter Zara Phillips and American Hip Hop master Darryl “DMC” McDaniels with their song “I’m Legit”.
BY GWEN OREL |STAFF WRITER | THE MONTCLAIR TIMES Published; DECEMBER 20, 2012 The new CD “A Different Kind of Christmas” has soul, even if it isn’t quite right for church.
New York, NY- British singer/songwriter Zara Phillips is releasing a new song entitled “I’m Legit “featuring the legendary hip hop artist Darryl “DMC’ McDaniels”.
By JOANNE BLOOMSTEIN Published: February 14, 2011 This week our “She’s All That” person is Zara Phillips, who is a singer, songwriter, performer, advocate for adopted people, and mother of three.
Written by DESTRO2014 Published JUNE 28, 2010 With so many people complaining about a lack of substance in today’s music, Zara Phillips is the complete contrast of that. An adopted singer from Britain, Zara Phillips used her adoption experience to educate others, and utilizes her knowledge to try and better the lives of the millions who are affected by adoption every day.
By CYNTHIA WOLFE BOYNTON Published: April 10, 2009 TWO musicians have written and recorded a song they hope will revive a bill that would open private adoption records. It has languished in the State Legislature for six years.
Written by Eleni Kyriacou Published 02 Mar 2008 The emotional fallout from learning you are adopted can last a lifetime. And many women feel it most when they themselves give birth. Eleni Kyriacou meets four adoptees for whom motherhood brought about a huge change in their attitudes When Zara was pregnant with her first child, Zachary, she was unprepared for the emotional upheaval that would follow. ‘I’d wake up howling,’ she recounts. ‘I kept dreaming that the baby would be taken away from me.’