Rachael Davis to Perform at Library
Jul 14, 2008 12:41:52 PM
Kalamazoo, MI –
Kalamazoo Public Library will offer a series of free concerts at the Central Library this summer featuring artists from three very different musical genres. Steppin’ In It performed on June 17 and Pacifica Quartet on July 8. Next up is Rachel Davis on Tuesday, August 12, at 7:00 pm.
Rachael Davis began singing on-stage at the age of two with her parents. Six years into her solo career, she’s shared the stage with such musical luminaries as Taj Mahal, Fred Eaglesmith, Josh Ritter, Prairie Home Companion regulars Robin and Linda Williams, folk divas Claudia Schmidt and Sally Rogers, jazz legends Marcus Belgrave and Winston Walls, and many others. In 2003, she took grand prize in the Telluride Bluegrass Festival’s Troubadour Contest. Her influences range from the jazz stylings of Ella Fitzgerald to the soulful pop vocals of Patty Griffin. A contemporary songwriter, she’s equally at home singing anything from traditional ballads to Cole Porter to Joe Henry.
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