No Song is Safe From Us

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From Caramoor’s Artistic Coordinator, Timothy Coffey:

I’ll admit it—I’m a Snarky Puppy addict. They’re ridiculously good. Picking only one song from them is actually easy because there’s no wrong choice. Listening to only one song is not easy, so if you’re reading this, and you haven’t listened to SP, a good starting point are their Family Dinner albums (volume 1 and 2). Both albums feature artists/musicians from across the globe, each taking their own turn with SP for one song. The first track off volume 2 features American singer-songwriter Becca Stevens and Väsen, a Swedish folk music band, performing Stevens’ song “I Asked”. Folk, Jazz, R&B, Funk, Soul—I’m not sure how to label this. Maybe the word “awesome” will suffice.

Snarky Puppy:  I Asked feat. Becca Stevens and Väsen

Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts

This week our curators of the Song of the Day blog are the Artistic Administration staff of the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts. Our next concert, “From Lute Song to the Beatles: Songs of the British Isles,” features Caramoor’s 2018 Schwab Vocal Rising Stars, young artists who will participate in a week-long residency dedicated to exploring this rich vocal repertory. Hear the stunning results in their performances at Caramoor on March 11 and at Merkin Concert Hall on March 13.

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