Editor’s Pick for April, 2021 – JazzTimes – Review

“Having served as a private chef, flying trapeze artist, and regisseur of enterprising circus shows, Kari Kirkland can rightly be classified as an itinerant creative. But she’s no dabbler, and it’s important to make that distinction. With each stop along her winding road Kirkland has dedicated herself to learning the ropes, and it’s no different with the one pursuit that’s actually been something of a constant in her life: Kirkland’s parents were both working musicians, and the aforementioned career choices have essentially been detours on her walk down that lane. Now, with the release of her debut as a singer, she realizes part of a lasting ambition.”

– Dan Bilawsky

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