Katie Fry -Live Radio Performance on Upper Case E : Thursday, October 6 @ 7 pm - Listen live below (click the play button on the KSSU widget below) or visit kssu.com

 

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Here I Go

Katie Fry

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Here I Go

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Vocal harmony and subtle hints of whimsical harp build up this song about struggle, hope and perseverance. Written & Produced by Katie Fry - Mixed & Mastered by Andrew Lozano.

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Day After Day

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Day After Day

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Written and Produced by Katie Fry - Pedal Steel by Joseph Ybarra - Mixed and Mastered by Andrew Lozano.

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"A little bit of country, a dash of melody, a sprinkle of harmony, a voice smooth like honey, and you got Katie Fry. I enjoyed listening to her song “Day after Day” quite a lot actually, and the overall representation of the music resonated with me. Firstly, Katie’s voice has a consistent tone, and she is able to sway it with the instruments as it moves in a country music style pattern. The drums accompanying the melodies had a slow tempo that fits just right. Oh and the sliding guitar? Absolutely marvelous! " -Illustrate Magazine

 

 

 

 

"Three strong recordings show what can be accomplished by a singer and her acoustic-based band. Of course, it sure helps to be blessed with a great voice, and Fry definitely has that, expertly delivering songs with heart that connect with the listener. “My California” is a winner in which Fry paints a picture of her rural, small-town California upbringing “where you can’t see the city lights.” Her voice shows real finesse on “More to Lose” as it rides a series of minor chords and expert playing and producing, including especially rich and supple drums. Fry’s humanist plea on “One Foot at a Time” expresses uncommon understanding and empathy at a time when we could all use more of both." - Music Connection Magazine