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Mendocino Music Festival presents Kathleen Grace Band
(Published: April 02, 2014)

July 19, 2014, 3:00 PM
A favorite of the Festival as Big Band singer, Kathleen Grace returns with her own band and her own songs that fuse the musical language of jazz, rock and folk with extraordinary storytelling abilities. She has been described as "somewhere between cheeky and poignant." She has an amazing ability to use her beautiful voice and friendly warm delivery to draw audiences into each song.

"The Kathleen Grace Band lives somewhere between cheeky and poignant, plugging their brand of jazz, rock, and folk into the purity of music and coming up with awe-inspiring results...Based out of Los Angeles, Grace and her band have worked through the music scene in the area with their attention to detail, extraordinary storytelling abilities, and delightfully pure music." Jordan Richardson, Blog Critics Magazine

More Information: http://www.mendocinomusic.org

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