The Kings Kids | Harvest: The Live Sessions

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Harvest: The Live Sessions

by The Kings Kids

The style of music that the Kings Kids put forth includes an organic, rich and touching style of music that touches the heart and soul with deep lyrics.
Genre: Folk: Free-folk
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1. Because of Jesus
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2. Burning
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3. Battle
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Album Notes
This is the first album by the Kings Kids, who combine their unique style of music with their passion to create something that touches the heart and soul. Harvest: the Live Sessions, contains organic and raw melodies of music that are rarely heard on any radio station across the U.S. Rachel Richards, the lead singer of the Kings Kids, describes this album as being "Natural" and "free from the constraints of the music world". With warm guitar strums and playful, vibrant percussion, this album puts forth a new image on what music means to the human race. The Kings Kids use this piece of work to glorify the name of God in everything they do. Richards was quoted with saying when describing the album: "I am free because of Jesus so I want to burn for him and fight the battle no one else is willing to fight on this earth."


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Dan Johnson

Everything about Rachel is simple to describe: Beautiful. Her heart for God, the pureness of her music, and even her playfulness are captured on this first official release. While I appreciate the concept of staying incognito by calling this 'The Kings Kids' won't be long before 'Rachel Richards' is a household name...get ready!