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KALO / Press

“Leaving your family to live on your own is hard, but try leaving your country, too. That’s what an Israeli musician did to be able to live her dream...So Bat-or is making her own path...(She) lives and works here on a visa for someone with extraordinary abilities in the arts.”

“KALO is a great band with a soulful sound. It's blues in the 21st century!”

“If Kalo were a contestant on “The Voice,” before the judges caught the visage of the talented singer and guitar player, who knows what they might expect to see? Probably a big woman, considering the depth of her vocal range — she hovers around middle C, and her contralto slides easily an octave lower. They might even expect to see a man, given the aggressive, stylized power behind her playing. But as each judge’s chair would inevitably spin around, what they would see might surprise them.”

“If Kalo were a contestant on “The Voice,” before the judges caught the visage of the talented singer and guitar player, who knows what they might expect to see? Probably a big woman, considering the depth of her vocal range — she hovers around middle C, and her contralto slides easily an octave lower. They might even expect to see a man, given the aggressive, stylized power behind her playing. But as each judge’s chair would inevitably spin around, what they would see might surprise them.”

“We’ve been working with the amazing Bat-or Kalo on a video for her song “Dear John”. It’s been a sweet experience and not a bit like work, unless your job is to listen to loud music and hang out with cool people in weird places.”

"It may be an understatement saying Bat-Or Kalo and her band was the talk of the Stone River Musical Festival in September following her performance. Fest goers love this event because they get to see many of their favorite home grown acts in a family, country sitting. Kalo came to America from Israel about a year ago, landed in Oklahoma City, and her blues/rock set blew away a crowd..."

“KALO is a great band with a soulful sound. It's blues in the 21st century!”

“Leaving your family to live on your own is hard, but try leaving your country, too. That’s what an Israeli musician did to be able to live her dream...So Bat-or is making her own path...(She) lives and works here on a visa for someone with extraordinary abilities in the arts.”

“There’s this kind of artsy guy living in Oklahoma City, who rarely takes the beaten path, rambling off on his own, even when he’s supposed to be with the group. On this particular day he happened upon a festival, discovering a bluesy jewel, that happened to be entertaining the folks with her guitar. He calls his nephew and suggests he ought to book this gal at his music festival. Knowing his uncle’s eye for talent, Dustin Pittsley checked her out on the internet then booked Bat-or Kalo to the 2013 Stone River Music Festival. The rest is still making history”