MP3 Katie Graybeal - Move Like Light
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: "A foray into seductively depressing Jonatha Brooke-style pop." - Carey Farrel, Song Circle Magazine
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Most known for her work with We’re About 9 (https://www.tradebit.com), Katie Graybeal is a force unto herself.
"She has a warm and adaptive voice and an instinct for melody and harmony. She’s also a terrifically prolific and engaging songwriter and a fountain of energy." - Acoustic Live! Magazine in NY
"A foray into seductively depressing Jonatha Brooke-style pop." - Carey Farrel, Song Circle Magazine
"I love Katie Graybeal’s "Move Like Light" which attempts a delivery approaching that speed." - Angela Page, Sing Out! Magazine
"Katie Graybeal’s cryptic Move Like Light is reminiscent of the quick lyrical passages of a Dave Carter song." - Audrey Engdahl, Takoma Voice
Her lush voice, charming presence and enigmatic songwriting are equally highlighted by her striking solo performances. Her new album, Move Like Light, showcases 10 original songs from this prolific lady.
* Semi-finalist - New Song Contest - Mountain Stage New Song Festival, WV (for Slow Sliding Funk)
* Featured in USA Today’s online documentary - https://www.tradebit.com
About We’re About 9:
WA9 is the three-part-harmony-singer-songwriter-adult-alternative-contemporary-folk-niche-group that exploded onto the folk circuit via the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival in 2002 and 2003. With a profound vocal blend; mercilessly charming stage presence; articulate banter, and passionate, quirky, compelling, literate songs We’re About 9 earned the top choice of the Falcon Ridge audience as "Most Wanted New Artist."
Pat Klink (vocals, guitars, djembe), Katie Graybeal (vocals, bass, acoustic guitar), and Brian Gundersdorf (vocals, acoustic guitar) have been earning instant fans at clubs, coffeehouses and colleges across the North East.