All I Can Do
Using music to connect with others as well as herself has always been a passi...
Using music to connect with others as well as herself has always been a passion and a means of understanding the world around Caroline. Her music takes you to a place of contemplation and self-reflection. Her ethereal persona and unique voice draw you in, enveloping you into her warm sound and profound lyrics. She reaches into her listeners’ hearts through her sheer honesty and raw hooks and phrases. That is Caroline’s goal. She wants her listeners to feel something¨ whether that something is characterized by pain, realization, love, nostalgia or any of the other myriad emotions we all feel throughout our lives. She understands music as not only a means of expression but a means by which people can be brought together in one common experience. That is why Caroline writes music. Through the relatability and vulnerability that she instills in her lyrics¨ she hopes to bring her listeners together through one listening experience, so that we can make this world a little smaller and a little brighter.
Not My Thing
Since early summer, Julian Morena has been rambling through the southeastern ...
Since early summer, Julian Morena has been rambling through the southeastern US in support of his debut album release 'Kind of Nice' (When Will Records, 2017, Atlanta GA), sharing his exceptionally relatable songs about life’s ups and downs, the complexity of personal relationships, and the joy of friendship, all described through lyrics that are strewn with countless moments of observational humor and subtle irony. His songs strike a delicious blend of Ben Folds-style sensibility delivered at times with a more daring musicality similar to a songwriter like Beck, and delivered at other times with the more clear-eyed sincerity and folksy charm of a Willie Nelson. The stylistic diversity of Julian’s songwriting stems a broad range of musical interests that is also reflected in an equally diverse range of musical experiences. Julian is a multi-instrumentalist who performs on keys with both the reggae band Bird City Revolutionaries, and with the instrumental psych-dub band The Ruination. Julian also performs on drums with the indie-rock band Boo Reefa. In a musical career that spans over a decade, Julian has shared a stage with many of your favorite artists, including Fishbone, Ike Stubblefield, Bill Summers, John Murry, and many, many more.
Valley of the Bones
With deep roots in the musical traditions and lore of her beloved Appalachia,...
With deep roots in the musical traditions and lore of her beloved Appalachia, Kramer’s songs are introspective, gracefully gritty and fiercely memorable. They elegantly sweep listeners down the gravel roads and southern coastal highways, midnight truck stops and lonely motel rooms of “hard learning” and lead home to the wooded Blue Ridge Mountains with moving acceptance of our flawed human experience. Kramer’s live performances are equally as poignant and engaging; rich with accessible, warm, often hilarious storytelling and gracefully lifting the veil between audience and performer. Following the February 2016 release of her second studio album, Carnival of Hopes, Kramer has been touring nationally and internationally, playing for sold-out audiences in listening rooms, theaters, pubs, festivals, living rooms and arts councils in support of the record. This has gained her a loyal following from Portland, Oregon to Scotland, U.K. Kramer is set to release her much-anticipated third studio album featuring her band, Free Planet Radio and Billy Cardine, in early 2019.
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