Megan Diana // Redray Frazier // Lindsie Feathers
MEGAN DIANE– https://megandiana.bandcamp.com/album/cabin-fever A deep breathe of dulcet, ambient tones and subdued inner anguish, “Cabin Fever” is a compelling immersion full of
MEGAN DIANE– https://megandiana.bandcamp.com/album/cabin-fever
A deep breathe of dulcet, ambient tones and subdued inner anguish, “Cabin Fever” is a compelling immersion full of intimacy and passion. The song highlights Diana’s delicate vocals and finessed French Horn playing alongside seductive keyboard work, raw guitar, and pedal steel; it’s an aural, harmony-rich banquet to behold, ready for listeners to sink into as we let go of the reins and just be for a minute or two.
REDRAY FRAZIER- https://www.redrayfrazier.com
From his humble beginnings singing gospel music in his father’s Baptist church choir in New Jersey, through his major label incarnations opening for the likes of Lenny Kravitz and Ben Harper to joining Talking Heads’ David Byrne’s touring band, Portland, Oregon-based rock ’n’ soul troubadour, Redray Frazier has always been able to meld the influences of his record collection into his spectrum-covering brand of soul music. “My record collection celebrates Nina Simone, Bill Withers, Jose Feliciano, The Beatles, Sam Cooke, Donny Hathaway, Jimi Hendrix, Roberta Flack, Labi Siffre, Richie Havens and so on,” comments Redray on his musical influences. “I have a sneaking suspicion that current artists that I love and relate to, like Britany Howard, Michael Kiwanuka, Leon Bridges, Gary Clark Jr. – to name a few – all probably have some or all of the earlier legendary artists mentioned in their record collections as well. ”All of these influences play a role in his second single, “The Real Thing,” released on New York-based indie label Greystone Music Group. Redray looks to make this a new beginning in his career and explore all the possibilities that helped make him into the type of musician he is today.
LINDSIE FEATHERS- https://www.lindsiefeathers.com
Lindsie Feathers’ roots go back to Chicago where she cut her teeth playing live music. She’s gone from playing rock n’ roll, to psychedelic, to an Americana-inspired country music sound. In 2006, Feathers moved to Oregon and eventually got signed to an independent record label in 2012. Upon releasing her first full length album, she then began touring. In 2020 when the pandemic hit and all performing and touring stopped, she stayed connected to her creativity by launching School Of Original Music where she connects remotely with people all over the world, and teaches them how to write original songs while learning an instrument. She just began recording new material at Singing Sands located in Portland, Oregon. She’s kicking off a tour to get back on the road again.
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