Interesting Fact About The End Credit Song

edited March 2014 in The Walking Dead

Not sure if anyone has brought this up but the women singing is actually a Telltale animator. She sure is dam talented!

https://twitter.com/the_jan_man

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  • GOUSTTTTGOUSTTTT Banned
    edited March 2014

    Fuck! Give that women a reward already Telltale, She is really talented :D

  • They'll give it to her "soon"

    GOUSTTTT posted: »

    Fuck! Give that women a reward already Telltale, She is really talented

  • So she never got it, Damn you Telltale XD

    JonGon posted: »

    They'll give it to her "soon"

  • Take my money!

  • haha

    Take my money!

  • I also like the fact they used an awesome leadbelly song

  • You do really much for TWD ma'am! Thank you, this was a brilliant song.

  • "In the Pines"… is a traditional American folk song which dates back to at least the 1870s

    from Wikipedia

    I also like the fact they used an awesome leadbelly song

  • Thats super good talent! She sounds like a professional.

  • That's because she IS a professional.

    Thats super good talent! She sounds like a professional.

  • Umm... It's an American Folksong.

    I also like the fact they used an awesome leadbelly song

  • I was not aware of that, where can I hear more of her stuff?

    Qipoi posted: »

    That's because she IS a professional.

  • edited March 2014

    I don't think she has done much singing 'professionally'... Which is a surprise!

    I was not aware of that, where can I hear more of her stuff?

  • Telltale seem amazing at their music selection especially with the credit songs. Bravo!

  • Beautiful voice and a beautiful song.

    But I'm still awaiting Kenny's interpretation of "I'm on a boat".

    Or maybe "Salt-Lick City"?

  • edited March 2014

    Haha! I hope someone does it ;)

    Beautiful voice and a beautiful song. But I'm still awaiting Kenny's interpretation of "I'm on a boat". Or maybe "Salt-Lick City"?

  • Ha good point on the actual meaning on professional, I meant what I said more as a compliment than a statement of her current or previous job status. (AKA someone who does that thing regularly for profit). I meant that she is professional grade: I have no idea if she sings regularly myself, I just know she has skill enough for me to call her a professional even if singing isn't her primary 'profession'.

    I was not aware of that, where can I hear more of her stuff?

  • What a wonderful voice and what luck for Telltale to find such a talent in their employee pool. Forget animation Janel, your voice cries out for a recording contract!

    fugelot11 posted: »

    Haha! I hope someone does it

  • All good man ;)

    Qipoi posted: »

    Ha good point on the actual meaning on professional, I meant what I said more as a compliment than a statement of her current or p

  • Realy nice song.

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