MaryAnne (ysabellabrave) sings Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) at YouTube ~ Swing, jazz and blues - Dance to the music

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

MaryAnne (ysabellabrave) sings Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) at YouTube

MaryAnne (ysabellabrave) sings the jazz standard Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) which was made popular by Billie Holiday. Wow! You must check this out!

MaryAnne is just amazing. It's easy to fall in love with her voice and her performance. She has got a sparkling and bubbly personality and a great sense of humour. She seems to have a great time and so does all people that watch her video clips. She makes me smile. If you haven't got a smile on your face after watching Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love), you should see a doctor (seriously!).

Ysabellabraves videos is very popular on YouTube, she got almost 20000 subscribers to her video channel! She sings a lot of swinging jazz and also some bluesy torch songs. MaryAnne sings other music styles as well.

Indiemusicman has a long interview with her: Ysabellabrave Talks Back. Another interview with MaryAnne is done by Robert Paul Reyes.

My favorite songs by MaryAnne:

You can find all ysabellabrave music videos either at her website: or at her profile at YouTube:

What do you think of Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) and her other video clips? Which is your favorite song? Tell me.


ysabellabrave said...

I like her!

Oberon said...

......swing jazz and blues......that's the best got it.

Anonymous said...

Wow..she's great!

Henrik said...

MaryAnne, thank you for stopping by :D - If you read this, I have a song request, I think you would do a great version of Somewhere Over The Rainbow.

Lady of Musotopia said...

Several months after I initially read this post, I have finally managed to write about it! Ever since listening to this video for "Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)" I had been singing it almost every waking moment!
It's hard to pick a favourite, but I'll have to go with "Let's Misbehave"! I just saw De-Lovely on DVD this afternoon actually :)