With a voice and classic writing style reminiscent of torch singers past, Kareña can belt out those blues or sizzle with smoky jazz vocals.
Currently working on multiple recording projects with Wily Bo Walker, including 'Moon Over Indigo', WBW's forthcoming solo album, which involves some of the finest musicians from across the globe.
Singles 'Drive' and 'Same Thing' from the project have already been released to critical acclaim.
Kareña and Wily Bo are also working on a joint project. Their debut single 'Angels In The Night' is available on iTunes, Amazon and all the usual online stores and is being very well received.
Kareña also performs with mad cap festival favourites, 'Rattlin Bone', as backing vocalist/second lead and backing vocal arranger. The debut album 'The Life and Death Of…' was released earlier this year and is constantly selling out at gigs. It is also selling well as a download from iTunes and the usual online stores.
Also recording/arranging backing vocals for many of the tracks of Wily Bo's guitar based band, the Mescal Canyon Troubadours, for their debut album 'Stone Cold Beautiful' and of these already on release are 'Storm Warning' and 'Loan Me A Dime'.
Wily Bo winds his lyrical magic around the incomparable guitar work of Edward Brayshaw. Add Kareña's vocals to the blend and you have something al little bit special..
Midnight Walk, the début track from her solo album, produced by Wily Bo Walker was released in November 2011 with the second, Temptation Eyes, released in December. More to come in 2012!
Favorite Blues Artists and Bands (Please list at least a few...we use this question to weed out spammers)
Stevie Nicks, Rickie Lee Jones, Etta James, Tony Joe White, Nina Simone, Janis Joplin, Billie Holiday, Bessie Smith, John Lee Hooker, Blues Traveler, Peter Green, B.B King, Joe Cocker, John Mayall, Aretha Franklin, Ike and Tina Turner, Stevie Ray Vaughan, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Gary Moore, Robert Cray.
Thanks very much for friendship... I like this opportunity to share our worlds...
The Life of a man is made up of a series of dreams which write our history, as well as our children, who then start to write their own. I decided to continue writing mine as soon as I began to dream in early childhood. One doesn't need to stop the journey along the way.
It is necessary to believe that the stars which light our way will never go out, and to continue to follow our dreams which inspire us in the most beautiful moments of our lives. If not, why is my star helping me to write so many fine melodies? I composed a suite for my dream, called " Melody for an Oscar", and I am convinced that one day someone will help me to reach for that Oscar in Hollywood, which I have always imagined in my dreams. No matter what, my dreams have enhanced my musical creativity, and for that I am thankful.
For help my dream... thank you very much to share my music with your friends...