"It's as if Bonnie Raitt, Sia, & Janis Joplin had a baby." - Pulse Music TV, San Francisco.
Native to the Wichita plains and raised in Boulder, CO, Kara's midwestern roots seep through her sultry voice and songwriting with an eclectic blend of pop, soul and rock 'n roll. For the last few years, she's been traveling around the country, establishing herself in different markets, including Charleston, Seattle, San Francisco, and Denver. In 2010, she opened for the late B.B. King at Red Rocks, alongside Al Green and Buddy Guy, with Denver-based classic rock band, the Groovehawgs. In promotion of her debut EP, Better By Morning, she most recently opened for Steve Miller Band with her own 4-piece, Seattle-based band during the Road Home Tour. She currently lives in Seattle, working on her second solo record.
I have geared up with an incredible group of folks to put on a very special show on Saturday, December 3rd to help me finish my sophomore record. The album is so close but we need a little help. So we decided to keep it local and throw a grassroots fundraiser at one of the most beautiful venues in Kitsap, HeyDay Farms on Bainbridge Island. Tickets are limited to 60 so grab yours and come enjoy some food, drinks and a sneak peek of the new record! <3