Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Contemporary folk with jazz leanings
Most recent release, How to Stand in the Rain (2007)
Jazzy folk, with a lively vocals. In the Jonatha Brooke vein, though a little more jazzy. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
Foreword ep is her debut
See Elana Arian's site for availability
Elana Arian—vocals, acoustic guitar, high-strung guitar, guitar, electric guitar
John Deley—wurlitzer, piano, clavidchord
This debut ep is a good start. Arian has a sweet voice and she sings beautifully. "I Know what you're doing" is a pleasingly jazzy song. She even scats impressively. "This Time" is bittersweet and blue. "In the backroom" is a funky track that proves she has mastered more than one style. This is an impressive debut. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thanks to email@example.com for work on this entry.
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