Singer-songwriter Karen Hudson has been compared to Rosanne Cash by The Village Voice
and to early Linda Ronstadt by 3rd Coast Music Magazine in Austin, Texas. She has opened for Madeliene Peyroux, Walter Salas Humara and Pete Seeger. This is Americana for people who keep The Byrds and The Beatles next to Johnny Cash and Patsy Cline.

“She’s an elegant tunesmith, evocative lyricist...a subtly nuanced singer. Some of her songs were funny, like "Nicotine", her irresistibly amusing ode to the death-defying lure of tobacco. Others, like "I Thought I'd Die", with its litany of near-misses, had the matter-of-fact resoluteness that runs through much of her songwriting," — New York Music Daily

 
Saturday April 2 • Caffe Vivaldi, 32 Jones Street, NYC
Friggin Fabulous Brunch
Hosted by Nick Ciavatta
Bottomless Mimosas till 4PM

(with meal/drink purchase)
1:30 Tatyana Kalko
2:30 Taj
3:30 PM Karen Hudson River Trio
4:30 PM Judy Kass

 
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As heard on WFUV, Sunday Breakfast

New York Music Daily
TOP 100 Songs of 2013
“Mama Was a Train Wreck”
From Sonic Bloom

 
3rd Coast Music, Austin, TX:
JC’s Best of 2013
“Best Female Artist”