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Wild Hog Presents a Streamed Live Virtual Concert with

Kaia Fowler

Friday, November 6, 2020

Kaia Fowler is a singer, songwriter and guitarist who enjoys playing at the Wild Hog. Her music is a cross-blend of folk, blues, roots and rock. With her angelic voice and accomplished guitar playing, she shares songs that explore life's longings, struggles and celebrations.

Listeners say Kaia Fowler’s music “speaks to the soul.” Through song, Kaia evokes transcendence and comfort even while witnessing difficult topics like personal loss, social inequality, and our fragile Earth. Her music explores challenges, embraces resilience, and celebrates the joy of being alive, even in times of sorrow. A versatile guitarist, with a wonderful vocal range, Kaia’s songs range from vibrantly melodic finger style tunes to blues rock songs with rhythmic strumming and powerful vocals. Kaia’s warm energy and authenticity invite listeners to transcend the day-to-day in a way that only music can. 

Often compared to singers like Joni Mitchell, Emmylou Harris, and Joan Baez, Kaia also shows the bluesy influence of artists like Bonnie Raitt. A finalist in the Great River Folk Festival songwriting competition, her writing stands out for its lyrical detail and melodic phrasings that take advantage of her wide vocal range.  A review by The Americana Gazette says, “Kaia Fowler is a tremendous lyricist. Her lyrics paint pictures and her musical notes add the color.” Selections from her 2010 album Seams of My Heart received radio play on Women of Substance Radio. Kaia’s 2015 album, an EP titled All The Way, is dedicated to her husband who died of pancreatic cancer, with sales benefiting the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. A new album, One Breath, is scheduled for release soon.

More at www.kaiafowler.com

Due to Covid, the Coffeehouse remains closed. This concert is online only. Watch this on your phone, tablet, or computer and take a break from your stay-at-home distancing while enjoying great folk music.

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Show your enthusiasm for the performers and our efforts to bring folk music to you during Covid. We have suspended charging admission to the Coffeehouse's concerts, and are splitting your tips between the performer and the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center. So please tip generously to support the performer(s) and the Wil-Mar Center's services during these trying times.


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Wil-Mar is the neighborhood center where the Coffeehouse rents during normal times. Wil-Mar continues to run it's social services and food bank, while losing income from the cancelled festivals that make up half of their annual budget. In support of keeping Wil-Mar in business serving those that depend on these services, the Coffeehouse is continuing to pay our rent. So please donate generously to help us support Wil-Mar so they will be here when the pandemic comes to an end. Both Wil-Mar and the Coffeehouse are 501(c)3 charities.

If you experience poor or distorted sound on a smartphone:
Smartphones must mix the stereo signal to mono for the single built-in loudspeaker.
This could distort the audio for some or all songs. Listen using your earbuds or stereo headset for best stereo sound.

 

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