Listen to my newest song, "It's Okay (Not to Be Okay)"
It's Okay (Not to be Okay)
Written just before brewing chaos changed life as we know it, “It’s Okay (not to be Okay)” was born in Cambria, CA while on my January West Coast Tour of my latest album. Influenced by my musical heroes, Fran Healy of Travis and Michael Stipe of REM, the song reflects current authentic human feelings of anguish and fear surrounded by a giant ambient hug. It’s okay not to be okay. It’s okay to have hard times and bad feelings. And it’s okay to talk about them.
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“Beautiful. Took me right back in time – reminded me a a bit of a Patsy Cline and Carlene Carter mix – with your own very unique style. Beautiful harmonies and your voice that grabs you right away. ”
— Randy Skaggs, The Maestro Q108 Kingston
Abby K draws upon many influences in her music from her childhood days in Kentucky and conveniently short-hands her music as "Heart-Rock".
Abby has been immersed in music as long as she can recall. Her earliest adrenaline rush from performing came at 16, while belting out the Star Spangled Banner in front of 20,000 Louisville Cardinal basketball fans.
After two decades in the Windy City, where she was exposed to the extremes of weather and musical influences, she has moved her act to Seattle where she performs regularly, including Seattle's NW Folk Life Festival in 2017 and 2019.
So, when it all comes together, what do you get? Honesty. Clarity. Harmony. Beauty. Abby’s sound is as green, lush and dramatic as the Pacific Northwest. Her melodies are instantly hummable and imminently memorable, and her stories will hit you smack dab in the heart.
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