Kate Campbell

Sep 10, 2011 |  0 comments
Date: Sep 10, 2011 Time: 
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With her compassionate tone and sometimes-quirky approach, Kate Campbell has made a musical niche for herself telling stories exploring the complex topics of race, religion, history and human relationships. It started with her award-winning debut record, 1995’s Songs from the Levee, and continues with her latest offering, Save the Day, which also includes shades of Kate’s entire musical history — running the gamut from R&B and pop rhythms to gospel, country and folk sounds. People often ask Kate where she gets her song ideas. Kate explains, “I just find certain things interesting and pay attention to them. That’s the way I’ve always been.” Kate’s lyrics have often been compared to the works of southern wordsmiths Flannery O’Connor and Eudora Welty. Whether it’s someone who discovers Kate Campbell for the first time, or a longtime fan, the listener soon realizes that each of Kate’s tunes resonates with the hopefulness of the Buechner quote found in the CD liner notes: “It is no wonder that just the touch of another human being at a dark time can be enough to save the day.” 

visit Kate’s website: http://www.katecampbell.com/

Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 day of show 


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