With incredible enthusiasm, impressive vocal and a dynamic stage presence, Kari Lynch knows how to deliver an exciting, powerful and unforgettable performance.
When, Kari was 6-years-old, her grandmother played her, Patsy Cline’s cassette tape in the car. The first song was “Crazy” and she fell in love with country music. An introduction to, Garth Brook’s, “No Fences” shortly thereafter sealed the deal. She started writing songs and performing and has been captivating crowds since, with no plans to slow down.
Her dedication and love of singing and songwriting has paid off in a big way. In 2013 and 2014 she played hundreds of dates, many of those opening for some of country music’s most recognized artists including, The Band Perry, Little Big Town, Dierks Bentley, Thomas Rhett, Alabama, The Charlie Daniels Band, and many more. Kari is constantly working to perfect her craft and keep the momentum going. “To look at those lineups and see my name on the same bill blows me away every time and makes me appreciate success that’s built from the ground up. I know what can be accomplished with hard work.”
It’s an appreciation for her dedicated fan base and striving to create good and honest music that also fuels the fire. Her talent for songwriting and connecting with fans is reflected in an ever growing, dedicated fan base that continually flocks to shows, takes her album home and follows, Kari on all of her social media networks. “Music has always been about connecting with people for me. I started writing music and singing when I was 7-years-old because it was the only way I knew how to figure out life. It’s a blessing that I get to perform original songs and have relentless, amazing fans who are so supportive in every aspect and always hungry for new music.”
Kari’s first acoustic EP, “one happy love song…” debuted on the iTunes “New and Noteworthy” list for country music in 2009 and stayed there for 6 weeks. Her second album project, a full band/self-titled EP, released to 5-star ratings and reviews and received radio play on several stations.
Her most recent project, “Kari Lynch Band EP” has seen similar success. The singles, “Sapphire Blues” and “Sincerely, Gone” quickly gained radio play in regular rotation on several stations. In November of 2013, she worked with the Michigan based film company, Such Video, to create her first music video for an original song, “Nowhere Now.” The video gathered attention from many media outlets and continues to further her establishment as one of the most promising acts on the country scene.
Kari’s talents, extraordinary work ethic, and passion for performing, writing and creating music that extends to the audience with every lyric and melody is undeniable. You will not meet a more determined, hardworking and driven singer/songwriter. With a rapidly growing fan base, a loaded tour schedule, a new album in the works and unique, ear-grabbing music that mixes elements of traditional country, folk, pop, and rock–This is an artist you will not forget.
Tickets on sale soon. Black Box. General admission seating. 7:30 p.m. Tables can be reserved with the purchase of eight tickets.
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