Is it just me, or does that soprano sound a little funny? :twisted:
My guess would be for the "entertainment" and "showmanship" factors.But not a sax player, of course. I wonder why she, or more likely some publicity person, decided to use an unecessary stunt like this. At the very least, fake it on the same size sax as the one playing!
I think you answered your own question. For many performers, showmanship (i.e. fake sax playing) is every bit as important as actual substance (i.e. her singing). How is her "playing" the sax any different than many modern pop singers that lip synch?Have a look at the comments on youtube, the fans are lapping it up so I guess it worked. I'm not a country fan but I've always respected her talent as a singer, why would she sink to **** like that?
It's not. Same thing. But she has real singing talent and I think her fans would lap it up without the fake sax playing. Still, it's harmless fun, I guess. And it can't hurt to wave a sax around for people who maybe have never seen one!How is her "playing" the sax any different than many modern pop singers that lip synch?