Rooted in the Americana tradition, Michaela’s songs evoke the ever-changing landscape of American life – blending country, soul and folk with heartfelt lyrics and a powerful vocal delivery. Her most recent album, Bright Lights and the Fame, was one of Rolling Stone’s “15 Great Country and Americana Albums You Didn’t Hear in 2016,” an honor she shared with folks like John Prine and Wynona Judd. Rolling Stone noted that it evokes “the country-rock sound of the Eagles and the emotional vocals of Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris.” A long-time resident of New York, Michaela moved to Nashville (Music City) in 2014.  “A former military brat with a sweet, steady voice and a songwriter’s alert emotional intelligence, she’s a formalist but not inflexible — unbroken even when her songs run bleak or bittersweet, which is most of the time.” (New York Times)  SATURDAY

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