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Knocking at the Doorway to My Soul
  • Artist: Narissa Bond
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 660355367229
  • Item #: CDBY536722
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 2/19/2002
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Knocking at the Doorway to My Soul on CD

Narissa Bond is a rare folk artist whose warmth and wisdom captivate audiences through intimate, honest storytelling. Narissa's graceful voice is like a smooth stone. Her unique fingerpicking guitar style, the flowing river. Narissa's melodies and harmonies reflect their rich folk and jazz influences. Bond has won numerous singer-songwriter awards and a first place at the Winfield Oak Valley Music Festival. She was one of the artists featured on Public Radio WHRV-FM 89.5 inaugural singer-songwriter concert. Bond has also been a featured artist on 'Sunrise in the Morning' with Hunter Hughes on 106.1 Bob FM Radio. Narissa has shared the stage with regional artists Stephen Bennett, Ron Fetner, Molly O'Brian and Bob and Pam Gurley. Narissa has opened for national recording artists David Wilcox, Lucy Kaplansky, Vance Gilbert, Richard Shindell, Alex Dobkins and Ulali. 'Narissa has set a new standard for the art of singing and songwriting...She instantly became a favorite of listeners...She is the real thing...' Barry Graham, WHRV 89.5, Norfolk, VA 'Narissa Bond's music finds strength through contradiction. She crafts beautiful, reassuring songs out of life's most daunting pains. The key to the music's transcendence lies with her lithe vocals which handle tough subjects with uncommon delicacy.' Danny Alexander, Associate Editor of 'Rock and Rap Confidential,' Reviewer for the 'Kansas City Star'