Top 3: BRENDA KAHN
October 13, 2010
In 2003, punky folk singer/songwriter Brenda Kahn took a break from a career that saw her signed to Columbia records as opening for Bob Dylan, The Kinks, David Byrne and Jeff Buckley, moved to the Lehigh Valley, and did something else creative: raised a child.
Then, three years ago, Kahn went to a little studio in upstate New York owned by Grammy-award winning saxophonist-turned-producer Craig Dreyer and started recording what would become her sixth CD, and first in 11 years “Seven Laws of Gravity.”
Funded with fan donations, it combines Kahn’s signature sound and lyrical approach with a sometimes-indie rock, sometimes jazzy feel. Kahn, playing with a full band, will hold a CD-release party Saturday at The Wildflower Café and Gallery in Bethlehem.
8:30 p.m. Saturday, October 16, 2010 The Wildflower Café and Gallery, 316 S. New St., Bethlehem. Tickets: $12, include wine and cheese. http://www.wildflowercafebethlehem.com, 610-758-8303.
(Source: Allentown Morning Call)