Kenna & Cox | One Night in Paris

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One Night in Paris

by Kenna & Cox

Acoustic folk-blues - Kenna's "other-worldly" voice has drawn comparisons to Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen, while Cox's violin is the perfect counterpoint.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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3. Gone Too Long
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6. I Told the Judge the Truth
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8. How Did We End Up Here?
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Chris Kenna is a walking pocket of Australia in the midst of Paris. He sings about Fitzroy St, Chopper Read, being locked up in Queensland, rain in the desert. His voice, described as "hors du commun", conjures images of red earth and ragged mountain ranges. Since living in Paris, Chris has been the opening act for Jeff Beck at the Olympia, Peter Green at La Cigale, Zucherro at the Zenith and Tommy Emmanuel at New Morning.

A chance encounter in a Parisian bar in 2008 launched a serendipitous collaboration with violinist Melissa Cox. A fellow Australian, she has supported The Waifs, Missy Higgins and John Butler, and since arriving in France has performed two years in a row at Solidays festival in Paris. Her debut album "brink" has received national airplay in Australia and has recently been featured in independent cinemas across the USA.


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