Wynter Poe | Long Lost Friend: a Family Album

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Long Lost Friend: a Family Album

by Wynter Poe

A singer/songwriter whose jazzy and soulful voice blends with haunting and folk-inspired music that will take you out of this world and into another.
Genre: Folk: Urban Folk
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1. 25th At Night
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2. Ten Thousand Loves
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3. Bekah's Song
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4. Again and Again
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5. Dove
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6. Eyes for Only You
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7. Heart (feat. Stephen Lum)
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8. Home
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9. Light Where There Was None
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10. Like a Lion
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11. New Sound
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12. Rolling Hills
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13. Speak to Me
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14. Poor Wayfaring Stranger
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Wynter Poe is a singer/songwriter born and raised in Virginia Beach, VA. She starting playing music in her middle school orchestra band, but quickly realized that her passion was the upright bass and bass guitar. After years of playing bass guitar in both casual and professional settings, her hands landed on a beautiful Ibanez electric acoustic guitar. She immediately fell in love, and she began to teach herself how to play. After spending two months in the Philippines barely taking breaks from this mystery obsession, she wrote her first song entitled, "Like a Lion." From that moment on it was all she could do to not write a song every time she picked up her guitar. It is the way she breathes, processes, worships, and helps others.

Her jazzy and soulful voice blends with the haunting folk of her music to create songs that make you question and think, all the while taking on the atmosphere and emotions of each different tune. She loves to read back on old journals from her traveling days and extract the beauty of her experiences to share with others through her music.


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