Kaleigh Baker at Lil Indies

Kaleigh Baker at Lil Indies

Thu, November 22, 2018

10:00 pm

Lil' Indies

Orlando, FL

Free

This event is 21 and over

Every Thursday at lil' Indie's. Free entry!

From a small valley in New York, Kaleigh Baker has fostered a connection with her audiences since her early days performing. Now she travels more than 300 days a year playing her bluesy blend of songwriting. Kaleigh's gypsy ancestry has started to take root in her music, melding with her rock attitude, jazz and mountain-soul influences. She continues to mold her music with every bend on her journey.

“With a booming voice reminiscent of Adele, yet a songwriting sensibility that's tougher and wiser than many out there, Baker's rough-and-tumble blues mantra sizzles when you throw in her jazzy sound." -Pure Volume

"With its deep, bluesy quality, her voice is both soulful and powerful." - Examiner

Kaleigh Baker's full length album "Weary Hours" is available now.

www.kaleighbaker.com

Kaleigh Baker
Kaleigh Baker
“Among the many gifts given with both hands to formerly local, currently New York-prowling singer-songwriter Kaleigh Baker – aside from that Swiss Army knife of a voice – is her innate grasp of momentum. On her new EP, The Weight of It All, Baker and producer Justin Beckler play the puppet masters, building suspense without ever seeming coy about it. Baker is capable of communicating volumes with a simple vocal lilt, and on the moments in which her register nose-dives headfirst into the emotional muck (“Sugardaddy”) or propels like a jet into the stratosphere (“Love Letter to a Burning Man”), she never fails to rouse the senses.” ” The Weight of It All is the roar of a soulful lioness and will go a long way toward proving to the world what Orlando’s known for a long time: Kaleigh Baker is a legend in the making.” – Justin Strout, Orlando Weekly

She takes another hit of whiskey and heads out with her band, a star sextet she's amassed from members of local jazz crew Swing in Time and Sam Rivers' Rivbea Orchestra. And then, she goes nearly deaf.

"I couldn't hear anything. I was in some weird zone," says Baker.

What happens after that moment is entirely unpredictable and nearly magical. With impeccable swagger, vocal chops as playful as Diane Schuur with a Patti Smith bent and backing musicians telekinetically linked to Baker's every whim, she shrugs off the jitters and brings the house down. Behind the enraptured masses and off to the side sits Baker's benefactor, Alexandra Sarton, that inescapable invisible hand of Orlando's female music scene, grinning knowingly and nodding her head.
Venue Information:
Lil' Indies
1036 N. Mills Ave
Orlando, FL, 32803
http://www.lilindies.org