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Brigid Kaelin's new album, West 28th Street, is part country, party vaudeville, and all Americana, a style of music Brigid likes
to call "Alt-Country Cabaret."
Whether on piano, accordion, guitar, or the musical saw, Brigid has charmed audiences all over the world with her music and entertaining live show. She's been called "the Bette Midler of Alt-country" and was recently voted "Best Singer/Songwriter" in Louisville for the third year in a row.
Brigid also loves playing keyboards/accordion/musical saw in other bands. In the past year, she has played with many bands including Peter Searcy, Seven Mary Three, Love Jones, Days of the New, and Elvis Costello & the Imposters. You may also have heard her on NPR's "A Prairie Home Companion" where she was a musical guest as well as a musical sawist with Guy's All-Star Shoe Band.