Kasie Lunsford’s eponymous debut album

December 25, 2010

Kasie Lunsford is an Arkansas-based jazz singer with pop tendencies who has just released her first album on North Little Rock’s Infrared Records. It’s a collection of nearly familiar cover songs (such Sia’s “Lentil,” Natalie Merchant’s “Verdi Cries, ” Christian Contemporary artist Plumb’s “Cut” and the traditional blues “Nobody’s Fault but Mine” among others).

It’s a solid singer’s album, with fine backing from Rex Bell on piano and organ, Joe Vick on upright bass, Dave Rogers on drums and crack session hands electric guitarist Robby Springfield and Tim Crouch on acoustic guitar, fiddle and mandolin. The album was produced by Eric Chesher.

Here’s the album’s opening cut Death by Chocolate


2 Comments

  • Comment by mimishands — Dec 25,2010 at 12:41 am

    Wow! Great music and beautiful voice. Can’t wait to get the CD!

  • Comment by razormark — Dec 27,2010 at 10:55 am

    One thing that Kasie has for sure is real passion in her vocals.. She truly surrenders to each song. The backing of Rex Bell and others is awesome. We will enjoy this one and await her second Cd. I am sure we will be treated to original songs and arrangements that will bring even more fans to this up and coming talent.

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