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This is a CD Release performance for Kasies Christmas album, "Christmas Is... A Place Called Home"
Kasie will performing with the Rex Bell Trio
Kasie Lunsford and The Rex Bell Trio take the stage for an awesome night of music!
Kasie will be judging one of the Round 2s or The Great Arkansas Talent Search and afterwards performing some Phenomenal Jazz backed by The Rex Bell Trio.
Kasie Lunsford, backed by Dr. Rex Bell, Joe Vick and Dave Rogers will be performing New Music from her new CD, "Let The Smoke Roll In' and some Music from her first Self Titled CD. Come on out and hear some of the Best Musicians Anywhere and Enjoy a night of Great Music.
Sounds Like: Sia Furler, Natalie Grant, Cara Dillon, Eva Cassidy - Simply Eva, Natalie Merchant
Label: Infrared Records
Manager: mark stracener
Bio: Kasie has been singing since she was winning Talent Shows in elementary school. From there to "Rockin' The Roof" at the Opryland themepark at 16 to starting her family with a set of twin boys and adding one more to resurrecting her singing career at Infrared Records in the studio, She lives to s...See Full Bio
“ You know that program on the local NPR station with the host who specializes in jazz you “can understand?” Well, North Little Rock-based chanteuse Kasie Lunsford would fit right in there — her metier is the sort of vocal jazz that values tone, texture and emotional drive over cool mathematical precision. She’s a warm, throaty singer with a lot of power and, on her second album, she solidifies her position as singer of pop-inflected standards while adding an additional dimension— she co-wrote two of the songs on the album, including (with keyboardist Rex Bell) the album’s title cut, an assertive ballad that allows her big instrument to blow. And while some might quibble with some of her cover selections — it’s difficult to discover something new in a tune as worked over as T-Bone Walker’s “Call It Stormy Monday” — in general Lunsford marries impeccable (if convenional) taste with genuine depth of feeling and an impressive mastery of her undeniable talent. —”