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City
  • Artist: Katie Haverly
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 625989386626
  • Item #: SRD938662
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 9/23/2003
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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City on CD

Katie Haverly is a singer/guitarist/songwriter of uncommon gifts. After living in such diverse locales as Colorado, Chicago, North Carolina, and New York's Capital Region, Katie's music displays a wealth of passion, living and maturity. A depth of flavor, if you will, that you are unlikely to find in another person of similar age and experience. Her songs cut a bright, living arc through her first two albums, Face Down and The City, showing us an emerging talent in it's rising. Her songs map the human heart with an understated, but undeniable intensity. Elements of rock, jazz and folk abound, topped with Katie's languid, yet fierce vocal ability and an impressive lyrical facility. The listener is immediately drawn in, intrigued by what she has to say. These qualities set her apart from the current pack of sad-sack, tear in yer beer, shoe gazing folk musicians. Katie's new CD, Around the Bend, is scheduled for release in May 2008, and the word on the street is it will be well worth the wait. -Albert von Schaaf, 2008 'There are singers, and then there are singers - and Katie Haverly's one of the latter, with one of those spectacularly effortless-sounding voices that reaches all over the scale and explores all manner of sound without ever coming across as forced or strident or technically perfect for technical perfection's sake. You hear the human being when she sings, not the studio or room or microphone that makes her sound so good, as the warmth and intimacy of her voice sucks you into the place where melody is pure and singing is an expression of a soul unbound.' - Metroland.