Sounds Like: Adele, Sade
Originally from Washington, DC by way of Hungary, Indie Soul artist TARINA has
created her own sound, fusing a variety of musical ﬂavors. She spent a great deal
of her childhood mixing it up between the urban RnB/Hip Hop community of
DC and the quiet, laid back Hungarian countryside. Finally,...See Full Bio
“Tarina Szemzo, an Indie-Soul recording artist, brings a distinct and modern flavor to her music. There’s a hint of sass, a touch of class, a pinch of sexuality, and a dash of that moody blues soul that echoes forth in her singing. This is showcased best in her performance of “Wild Women Don’t Sing The Blues.” She sets an edgy sound in motion during her performance of “Hoochie Coochie Man” a song traditionally performed by a man. She whispers the verses with a vixen’s tongue sending shivers out across the audience and then belts the chorus to really shake things up. Her most grounded piece, however, is perhaps her most challenging one. It is always difficult to take a song that is made famous by someone and then bring something new to the performance of that song and Szemzo delivers in her rendition of Etta James’s “At Last.” Her mellow voice reflects the satisfaction every woman should feel when singing this song.”
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