Saturday, April 18, 2009
French Quarter Fest: Kayla Woodson
I first became aware of Kayla Woodson last year at French Quarter Fest. I was walking from one end of the Quarter back towards the US Mint to see who was performing there when I heard a voice coming from one of the smaller stages set inbetween. It was Kayla. She was only 13 than. Just listening to her I was reminded of LeAnn Rhimes when she was younger. She had that powerful a voice. I was impressed enough that I bought the two cds she had for sale. They were recorded when she was 10 and a few years later. You can hear some of the promise in her voice on those cds, but you can hear the child in the voice too.
This year her voice has gotten stronger. Before you could hear pitching problems in some of her songs, today I heard a singer that is getting better and better control of her intstrument. She has a powerful voice. She sings songs from Taylor Swift to Guns n Roses. And she does it very good.
If she continues I think she will have a great future in music. I am very impressed by her.
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