Part sullen cowgirl, part seductive cabaret singer and all soulful folk-rock songstress. Kara bewitches audiences with her original songs that are simultaneously heartbreaking and carefree. She’s this generation’s answer to Dolly Parton and Patty Griffin.
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The Broken Prayers hail from Philadelphia, Pa. Described as American Gothic meets High Lonesome, The Broken Prayers add a little sorrow to an alt-country sound. If you like music by Johnny Cash, Nick Cave, The Handsom Family, Jesse Sykes and the Sweet Hereafter, Cat Power, Jim White, Neil Young, 16 Horsepower, The Gun Club and other bands of that ilk, I think you’ll enjoy The Broken Prayers.
A walk in the Delta with sanctified swagger, It Ain’t Right is a joyous culmination and testimonial to Jimmy’s vocal talent and musical gifts. Relevant and inspiring, these songs are loaded with a great sense of collective purpose. Other musicians may cover a tune, but his clear and soulful message and individual approach make any song directly his own, and Jimmy Burns our musical treasure. Jimmy is accompanied by his working band Anthony Palmer, guitar; Greg McDaniel, bass: Bryant ‘T’ Parker, drums; with additional support from Sumito ‘Ariyo’ Ariyoshi, piano; Roosevelt Purifoy, organ; Marques Carroll, trumpet; Chris Neal, tenor sax; Aaron Getsug, baritone sax.