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and talent, The Band Kara was born. She describes the music she performs today as “a free improv of jazz with the power of rock”. “Most jazz singers croon in a soft or falsetto tone.” She explains. “My version is newer and more powerful with a rich quality.” This unique “razz” sound, as she calls her rock/jazz vibe of music, coupled with her athletic moves, good looks, and unrivaled passion along with Mark’s musical abilities, are creating a buzz in the music scene. Asked what she wants to ultimately get out of her music career, she did not even stop to think. “I want to inspire people. Everything that happens to us, every life experience, good or bad, becomes part of who we are. When I sing, I want to take people to another place and encourage emotion and feeling.” Having suffered from dyslexia all of her life, she knows how it feels to be told, “You can’t do that”, or “You’re not good enough”. Kara wants the world to know that “Anything is possible. Just follow your heart.” Her life thus far is testimony as to how far believing in yourself can bring you. We expect to see much more of this driven young artist in the future, not just locally, but nationally and with a little luck, internationally. Look to the sky, Kara Stevens is coming! Cover Photo and Cover Story Images by Jim Wilkinson. www.gotkara.com Cover photo & cover story images by Jim Wilkinson
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