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John Mayer praises Evaporated" I just want to hear it again and again...thousands of people are going to want to hear that song"
Zarni is an original artist from South Africa, now taking on the music scene in Seattle with her feisty keyboard skills, memorable melodies and honest lyrics. She is also the newest member in popular Seattle band, Campfire OK (keys and background vocals) Zarni says what everyone in the room is thinking with music that "comes from her heart and a place beyond her years"- John Majhor (Canadian Radio Broadcaster). The 23 year old Berklee graduate finished with a double major in Music Education and Songwriting as well as the Scott Benson Award...Berklee's highest award for Songwriting.
Zarni was 1st place winner of the Rockin Mom Song Contest with her heartfelt song "Making my way" that she wrote about her mother. In 2010 she was a winner of the Gauteng Songwriting Competition in South Africa
"Zarni has rare talent and her interpretation of music is stunningly soulful. She has such stage presence and very comfy on the keyboard. She just oozed class throughout her show and the crowd fell in love with her on the first key. I reckon selling her CD is the easiest of jobs as seen on the night. We as Rustic Theatre are proud to have hosted her successful and flawless CD launch and we are hoping to get her back to play here! Rustic Theatre says thank you Zarni. May 'Friday Night Lights' enjoy more success and good luck"- Rustic Theatre South Africa
"Behind that fresh young face is an old soul guided by an emotional wisdom beyond her years"
"The ebb and flow of typical love affairs inform most of the album, from the wistfulness of 'Time of My Life' and 'Whatever the Weather' to the suspicion and mistrust of 'Down and Dirty' and 'You Only Wear Me On Your Sleeve.' One particular highlight is 'Spaceman,' a soaring plea for a lover's attention that includes a tasty jam near the finish."- Chris Kocher Press and Sun Bulletin Jan 2010