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Kathy Muir / Press

“Integrated approach helps to highlight abstract-inspired art.”

“Artist and songwriter team up for big reveal at Loft Artists 16 March 2012.”

“Folk, jazz, country and soul are all heard on this set. In a lot of ways this isn’t that far removed from the work of a lot of female singer songwriters from the 1970s. That means there’s a real classic quality to this. Everything just works really well to create a classy set of music that’s sure to please a wide range of people.”

“Sweet and sassy songwriter has never really been my type of flavor. So when U.K.'s Kathy Muir came across my desk, I was hesitant. From the surface, most track titles on Far From Entirely follow along the lines of your stereotypical female singer/songwriter trying to declare her independence lyrically. Never judge a book by it's cover...”

“Kathy Muir is Far From Entirely On Her Newest Release”

“The Scottish folk-pop singer, Kathy Muir, adds a talented repertoire of country-pop guitar songs with an equal element of roots, blues, and rock. With a voice like Bonnie Raitt, Shawn Colvin, and Stevie Nicks, Kathy comes through with flying colors and equally-airborne riffs. "Fairytale Lies" is a fitting song with Stevie Nicks' signature all over it, but it is inherently Kathy Muir all the way. The steel, slide guitar opening matches the upbeat tambourine and percussion kit with a rhythmic voice and catchy melody. "You Surround Me" opens with a pensive piano melody with accompanying strings that do not include percussion until mid-song. The song is void of vocals, but it is reminiscent of a lighter incarnation of something from the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. "Heaven In Your Eyes" is a folksy song with a bluesy presence and chilling percussion, guitars, and vocals. "Sweet and Easy" is a breezy, folk song with light pop elements that are jazzy and easy to listen to.”

“'Sweet and Easy' - about the song”

“Kathy airs tribute to parkland here John Muir”