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An image is provided only if we have access to one from a gallery and all images and photos are copyright by their respective copyright holders. After college, I moved straight to Pittsburgh where I started working in retail management for the Lerners clothing chain.
I was a good typist, Keep A-Movin I started working at receptionist jobs. But while her professional life was going well, her personal life had fallen by the wayside. As a single mother nearing middle age, she decided to try an online dating service.
Everything about him was different. I lived on the West Side in Belle Meade and worked in an office. He lived on the East Side and was a musician and artist. I had never even been to East Nashville. He was dressed all in black. Black coat, black boots, and his hair was spiky black sticking up in the air. I thought, is he coming for me? Because generally when a handsome man came through the door, they were for the person behind me or on the side of me.
He had roses in his hand, and it was just a moment. A Wisconsin native who grew up in the port city of Manitowoc, his life had been anything but conventional. After I left, I was writing lyrics for a Christian label when Warner Chappell publishing contacted me and offered me job. Moving to Nashville, Jace Seavers continued writing contemporary Christian music for several years before drifting away from the music business full time.
He continued playing and recording his own music in different genres, including prog rock and eventually his own quirky, idiosyncratic take on small combo jazz. In addition to his music, he dabbled in art and design and worked as a telecommunications engineer for I.
Thomasson Associates, Inc. Jace stepped in and became a great father. Beyond that, Jace had a huge bearing on the direction of my life. I had all this energy, but no idea what to do with it. Dorothy signed up for vocal lessons with renowned, Nashville-based vocal coach Ron Keep A-Movin and soon began to notice other opportunities, even before she felt secure enough to sing in public, as Jace recalls.
Of course, she got all the applause. Soon I was dancing at his shows, Keep A-Movin Jace suggested I learn a song to sing. I learned one, and then another, and then another.
Now I get to lead the parade each year. It is the best. The next avenue that Dorothy and Jace conquered turned out to be television. After a guest appearance on the locally produced musical variety program The Chico and BMan Showthe couple began contemplating their own show for the Nashville Education, Community and Arts Television NECAT network that provides community-generated programming for local cable providers.
My vocal coach kept telling me I should interview people, and I was gung ho about trying something new. I thought it would be fun, but it also might open up other avenues. We had been playing out in clubs for a while, so this was a way to get into.
Debuting in the fall ofMeet the Seavers is a minute musical, interview, comedy, variety show. All the episodes are archived on YouTube. We keep an idea board in our kitchen covered with notes for potential sketches, Keep A-Movin, and Jace writes all the scripts. By JanuaryDorothy had become accustomed to the constant changes in her life, but with her 54th birthday approaching, she began to notice a change that was not welcome. I made some progress and then wanted to see what would happen if I gave it everything I had.
Deciding that working with a personal trainer was the next step, both Dorothy and Jace began a six-month program with Dustin Moore at Platinum Built Training that included structured meal plans and workouts.
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