Brigid Kaelin

Brigid Kaelin

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Country - Alternative | Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Total Song Plays: 309   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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2007 Nashville Star Semi-Finalist Brigid Kaelin, was a producer for a major TV network by age 21. But when at 23, Brigid Kaelin ditched her career to move to KY to be with her mom, who had cancer, people were shocked. Even more so when she decided to sing for a living. But from a smart woman, comes smart songs.
With a debut CD that outsold every solo artist in Louisville, Brigid has built a following of people enamored with her “warm, graceful style” and “captivating presence." She has opened for Over the Rhine, David Mead, Garrison Starr, Matthew Ryan, Kim Richey, Patti Griffin, etc...
Every song on her CD has received radio airplay on AAA-stations.
Critics have praised her CD, for its “genre-busting” qualities, brushing against folk, country, rock, and swing, “with Kaelin equally adept at all.” She delivers “clever, thoughtful songwriting,” and her “laid back stage demeanor belies years of classical training.” She plays accordion, piano, guitar, & saw.

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CindyFowler4109338 posted over 30 days ago to Brigid Kaelin

I absolutely love this song. And, your voice is heavenly. It's wonderful knowing that you wrote this about Joe. My husband and I had known Joe for many, many years. As a matter of fact, my husband met him at a small motorcycle shop in Okolona on Preston Highway, probably back in the late 1970's. Then, Joe started working at a motorcycle shop on Old Shepherdsville Beuchel. Their friendship was ignited with the passion for Harley Davidson motorcycles. I was just told about this memorial page & to check it out (12-11-2015). I recognize so many friends in the pictures. What baffles me is how our pictures got chosen to put in this memorial. Joe had so many friends. We still miss him. It's hard to believe that he has been gone for 12 years. I just love this song. I'd be interested to know how you met Joe and why you wrote a song about him. You can contact me if you would like.


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